Oliver Greenwald and Sam Nassif are the two high school students behind The Drip Drop. It’s an edible ring of waffle cone that circles around an ice cream cone to catch drips and drops of melting ice cream. The two teenagers from Denver, Colorado wore matching bow-ties, oxford shirts and jeans when they pitched their product on Shark Tank in 2016. They made a deal with Barbara Corcoran — $50,000 for 20 percent equity.
On social media, the boys have said that they’re “working hard to have The Drip Drop available in ice creams shops in 2017.” Meanwhile, Abercrombie & Fitch/Hollister have given the boys new wardrobes. The Drip Drop entrepreneurs thanked the retailer “for sending us a big box of clothes! Such a nice surprise.”
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