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Orlando resident Bryan Traficante to pitch Shark Tank investor


Super-handsome Orlando-based entrepreneur (and Bungalower reader) Bryan Traficante has made it to the finals in the UPS Store Small Biz Challenge, which could see him walking away with a prize of up to $25,000 and an editorial feature in Inc. magazine.

Having earned enough online support, Traficante is one of three finalists heading to Los Angeles, California on Thursday, July 25 to compete against two other small business owners by pitching their biz to leading Shark Tank investor and Founder/CEO of Herjavec Group, Robert Herjavec.


Traficante’s Garden In Minutes (Facebook | Website) family business was inspired by his mother’s husband Tom, who created a custom drip line irrigation system for their own backyard garden. Their patented Garden Grid irrigation system works in a grid format to water every square inch of the garden keeping those tomato toes nice and moist all through the day.

Bryan created GardenInMinutes.com to share the concept online and it’s been making waves ever since.

Click HERE to watch a great video on Traficante by our friends at Pulp Town.

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Brendan O'Connorhttps://www.brendanoconnor.me/
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