Smith Anderson Start-up Client Scores Shark Tank Deal with Mark Cuban
Jon Hayes, founder and Chief Executive Officer of local start-up RewardStock, Inc., appeared on ABC Television Network’s Shark Tank and walked away with a $320,000 investment from “Shark,” Mark Cuban. According to ABC, Shark Tank features “The Sharks” – business savvy, self-made multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons – who hear pitches from entrepreneurs in hopes of investing in America’s ingenious business products and services.
RewardStock is an automated travel service that uses reward points, such as frequent flier miles and credit card points, to help consumers plan vacations at a fraction of the cost. Members can save over 90% on their travel by using RewardStock’s proprietary algorithm to help them earn, optimize and apply points.
Smith Anderson’s Start-Ups group has provided legal representation to RewardStock in its journey from local start-up to its appearance on the multi-Emmy® Award-winning reality show Shark Tank. For more than three years, Smith Anderson has advised RewardStock on general corporate matters and assisted it with multiple financings, including the deal with Mark Cuban.
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