Chris Spencer is the inventor of Hydromax, a patented hydration system designed for football players. It’s a pouch that can carry up to 16-ounces of fluid that’s worn between a player’s shoulder pads and is connected to a tucked away drinking tube making it easy for a player to keep hydrated on the field. Spencer pitched his product on Shark Tank in 2011. On the show, Spencer accepted an investment of $50,000 for 50 percent equity from guest shark Jeff Foxworthy.
According to LinkedIn, Spencer is no longer Executive Director of HydroMax. He refers to his deal with Foxworthy as “tentative.” Since Shark Tank, Spencer has been pursuing his career in the telecommunications business. He’s currently an AT&T Sales Leader in the fiber deployment group in Houston and he’s earning his MBA at the Jack Welch Management Institute.