Next up is West Virginia-based Custard Stand Food Products seeking $400,000 for 10 percent equity.

Custard Stand Hot Dog Chili takes a small-town tradition and aims to bring it to the greater public. Last year, they made $1.6 million.

With a shark’s investment, they hope to go national.

Daymond John finds all the advertising that would be needed concerning and goes out. They have accumulated over $700,000 in debt.

Social reactions from Custard Stand’s appearance on Shark Tank:

Lori Greiner sees the benefit in it remaining regional and goes out. Robert Herjavec agrees that it would be challenging to take it from the regional level to the national level so goes out. Kevin O’Leary goes out as well.

Mark Cuban finds their business and progression inspiring, but goes out.

Final deal: None.

Would you give the Custard Stand Hot Dog Chili a try?