Business owners in the Valley are eager to land a deal on Shark Tank.

Ashley Carson and her mom Karen Walker have experienced significant growth since launching Splash Place Swim Goggles. The idea first came to Carson in 2017 when her son broke his goggles before a family vacation. She improvised by adding a piece of fabric to make them work, and her daughter loved the idea. Their first order was for 500 goggles, and now they have over 100,000 in their West Valley warehouse.

Despite not heavily advertising, Splash Place Swim Goggles has seen rapid growth through word of mouth. Customers discover the goggles on other kids at pools and beaches, generating organic interest in the product. The goggles are known for being fun, fashionable, comfortable, and hair-friendly for kids.

The success of their business caught the attention of ABC’s Shark Tank, where they had the opportunity to pitch their idea to the sharks. While the experience was stressful and nerve-wracking for Carson and Walker, they found the overall experience to be positive and enjoyable.

To find out how the mother-daughter duo fared in front of the sharks, tune into a new episode of Shark Tank on ABC15 this Friday at 7 p.m. For more information on Splash Place Swim Goggles, visit their website.

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