Steve Baxter, known for his celebrity status as an entrepreneur and venture capitalist on ABC’s hit show, Shark Tank, is prepping for doomsday.
The 47-year-old was speaking to Shark Tank guest entrepreneurs, Mick Ryan, about his generator business when he admitted that he is a ‘Doomsday Prepper.’
‘One of my hobbies is planning for an apocalypse, so I look at generators quite a bit. This is quite expensive for a generator.’ Steve told Mick.
Janine Allis, Boost Juice founder, and Shark Tank host laughed and confirmed that Ryan is, indeed, a doomsday prepper.
Mick’s generators are part of his Mickey Blue Australia business. He was seeking $2.5 million in financial infusion from the Shark Tank venture capitalists.
Mick promised billions in sales, which went over like a lead balloon.
Mick was unable to secure any funds for his generator business. That said, a generator is an essential item for any good preppers list.
The rich are prepping, that’s the takeaway here.
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Author: Jim Satney
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