It’s everyone’s dream, going on Shark Tank and walking away with more money than they could’ve possibly dream of.
Alyssa and Zach Brown, both from Newington, wanted $150,000 for a 5 percent stake in Moki Door Step, a simple-yet-effective automobile invention for short people. .
“At a mere 5 feet tall, I’ve always been vertically challenged,” she said. “Most of the time it doesn’t seem to hold me back. Being short even has some perks like being the champ at limbo, or a prime front-row spot in the group photos.”
Having the Moki Doorstep, the sturdy metal step fastens to the striker (or latch) in the door of most vehicles, giving its users a foothold to reach the roof.
Shark Daymond John wanted to buy the company outright for $3 million dollars, and Alyssa and Zach were happy to oblige! They just had a new baby less than 2 weeks ago, and now they’ve got enough money for all the diapers in the world.