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by:Osgoodway     2020-02-18
KITCHENER —
The two kidina brothers, who believe they have the answer to the messy luggage bag, won the dragon\'s support.
Sean and Lee lenshaw lift up their lift travel bags, a patent combination, a luggage bag attached to a foldable shelf that can be hung in any closet, the Dragon in the television program \"Dragon\'s Den\" by CBS
Li, 28, a Humber College graduate, came up with the idea after leaving home for the night.
The bag he packed was filled with clean and dirty clothes.
\"When I was at school, I looked like I was living in a basket,\" he said . \".
After receiving Kevin O\'Reilly and Jim trifford to license their products, the brothers accepted Arlene Di at the premiere of the Dragon Cave season on Wednesday night.
Both offers are $100,000, but for wealthy barbers Dickinson and Chilton who live outside Waterloo, their bags will be sold on the shopping channel while keeping the licensing options open.
While the episode did not air these scenes, they had a careful thought and consultation with investors before the two accepted the deal.
O\'Leary\'s proposal is conditional on finding a license agreement.
He proposed to let the brothers fly to New York to sell their products to the luggage company.
But Lee now lives in schberg, Ontario.
He said the brothers wanted Dickinson\'s marketing experience even before they sold it.
Sean, 27, said by accepting the offer from Dickinson and Chilton, the brothers felt they were looking for business partners who could help them grow the company.
\"We are not for money,\" he said . \".
\"We are in the it space to build a business, build a brand, and be able to provide people with the best travel gear.
Sean lives in Barry now and he says the brothers have not signed a contract with Dickinson and Chilton yet, but they will show up on the shopping channel to display their products.
The two men only wore underwear when they appeared in front of the Dragon.
Sean took it out of a normal luggage bag and put on crumpled clothes.
Li\'s clothes looked ironed after they were stored in The Rise & Hang bag.
\"We talked about the idea around and we said, let\'s go all out,\" Sean said . \".
\"Let\'s go to the crazy funky lingerie, something really tight that really gets the attention of people.
\"This is very nerve --
Especially one step ahead, \"Li said.
\"We are passionate about it, and once we get on the show, everything starts to be normal.
\"We looked back on the past and given how nervous we were, we were surprised how well we did it,\" he said . \".
Joseph @ therecord. comKITCHENER —
The two kidina brothers, who believe they have the answer to the messy luggage bag, won the dragon\'s support.
Sean and Lee lenshaw lift up their lift travel bags, a patent combination, a luggage bag attached to a foldable shelf that can be hung in any closet, the Dragon in the television program \"Dragon\'s Den\" by CBS
Li, 28, a Humber College graduate, came up with the idea after leaving home for the night.
The bag he packed was filled with clean and dirty clothes.
\"When I was at school, I looked like I was living in a basket,\" he said . \".
After receiving permission from Kevin O\'Reilly and Jim trifford for their products, the brothers accepted Arlene Di at the Dragon Cave season premiere on Wednesday night.
Both offers are $100,000, but for wealthy barbers Dickinson and Chilton who live outside Waterloo, their bags will be sold on the shopping channel while keeping the licensing options open.
While the episode did not air these scenes, they had a careful thought and consultation with investors before the two accepted the deal.
O\'Leary\'s proposal is conditional on finding a license agreement.
He proposed to let the brothers fly to New York to sell their products to the luggage company.
But Lee now lives in schberg, Ontario.
He said the brothers wanted Dickinson\'s marketing experience even before they sold it.
Sean, 27, said by accepting the offer from Dickinson and Chilton, the brothers felt they were looking for business partners who could help them grow the company.
\"We are not for money,\" he said . \".
\"We are in the it space to build a business, build a brand, and be able to provide people with the best travel gear.
Sean lives in Barry now and he says the brothers have not signed a contract with Dickinson and Chilton yet, but they will show up on the shopping channel to display their products.
The two men only wore underwear when they appeared in front of the Dragon.
Sean took it out of a normal luggage bag and put on crumpled clothes.
Li\'s clothes looked ironed after they were stored in The Rise & Hang bag.
\"We talked about the idea around and we said, let\'s go all out,\" Sean said . \".
\"Let\'s go to the crazy funky lingerie, something really tight that really gets the attention of people.
\"This is very nerve --
Especially one step ahead, \"Li said.
\"We are passionate about it, and once we get on the show, everything starts to be normal.
\"We looked back on the past and given how nervous we were, we were surprised how well we did it,\" he said . \".
Joseph @ therecord. comKITCHENER —
The two kidina brothers, who believe they have the answer to the messy luggage bag, won the dragon\'s support.
Sean and Lee lenshaw lift up their lift travel bags, a patent combination, a luggage bag attached to a foldable shelf that can be hung in any closet, the Dragon in the television program \"Dragon\'s Den\" by CBS
Li, 28, a Humber College graduate, came up with the idea after leaving home for the night.
The bag he packed was filled with clean and dirty clothes.
\"When I was at school, I looked like I was living in a basket,\" he said . \".
After receiving permission from Kevin O\'Reilly and Jim trifford for their products, the brothers accepted Arlene Di at the Dragon Cave season premiere on Wednesday night.
Both offers are $100,000, but for wealthy barbers Dickinson and Chilton who live outside Waterloo, their bags will be sold on the shopping channel while keeping the licensing options open.
While the episode did not air these scenes, they had a careful thought and consultation with investors before the two accepted the deal.
O\'Leary\'s proposal is conditional on finding a license agreement.
He proposed to let the brothers fly to New York to sell their products to the luggage company.
But Lee now lives in schberg, Ontario.
He said the brothers wanted Dickinson\'s marketing experience even before they sold it.
Sean, 27, said by accepting the offer from Dickinson and Chilton, the brothers felt they were looking for business partners who could help them grow the company.
\"We are not for money,\" he said . \".
\"We are in the it space to build a business, build a brand, and be able to provide people with the best travel gear.
Sean lives in Barry now and he says the brothers have not signed a contract with Dickinson and Chilton yet, but they will show up on the shopping channel to display their products.
The two men only wore underwear when they appeared in front of the Dragon.
Sean took it out of a normal luggage bag and put on crumpled clothes.
Li\'s clothes looked ironed after they were stored in The Rise & Hang bag.
\"We talked about the idea around and we said, let\'s go all out,\" Sean said . \".
\"Let\'s go to the crazy funky lingerie, something really tight that really gets the attention of people.
\"This is very nerve --
Especially one step ahead, \"Li said.
\"We are passionate about it, and once we get on the show, everything starts to be normal.
\"We looked back on the past and given how nervous we were, we were surprised how well we did it,\" he said . \".
Joseph @ therecord.
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