Whatever Happened To Tipsy Elves After Shark Tank?

While owners Evan Mendelsohn and Nicklaus Morton initially pitched Tipsy Elves as a novelty Christmas-themed clothing brand, visiting the company’s website reveals that it has since expanded its scope to encompass novelty clothes for all occasions. Now the company sells flamingo-patterned golf knickers and an American flag-print snow suit, to give two among countless other examples.

In a 2019 interview with TV Insider, Mendelsohn detailed just how much the company grew after its “Shark Tank” appearance. “When we first came on, we had just done a little under a million in sales and now we as a company have done over $100 million in retail sales, so we’re definitely on a completely different scale now,” he said.

Meanwhile, in a 2021 interview with investing company The Motley Fool, Robert Herjavec named Tipsy Elves as his number-one favorite investment from throughout his lengthy tenure as a Shark on “Shark Tank.”

For what it’s worth, in an interview with author Yitzi Weiner, Morton likewise had kind things to say about Herjavec. “Robert’s an awesome human being and a very shrewd businessman. He was instrumental in giving us the confidence to expand beyond Christmas apparel,” he said.

Today, then, Tipsy Elves stands as a Testament to the pinnacle of success possible for a “Shark Tank” business, increasing its earnings exponentially after significantly expanding its scope in Collaboration with the Investor with whom it partnered on national TV.

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