Grease Monkey Wipes Dives Into ABC’s Shark Tank

Tune in Friday, January 15 (9 PM ET/8 PM CT) to the ABC Television Network to see Grease Monkey Wipes pitch their portable cleaning solution designed for cyclists, by cyclists.

Austin, TX, January 06, 2010 --( Erin Whalen and Tim Stansbury, co-owners of Grease Monkey Wipes will be featuring their innovative new product on ABC’s prime-time reality television show “Shark Tank” on Friday, January 15 (9 PM ET/8 PM CT).

Grease Monkey Wipes are individually packaged cleaning wipes that use an all-natural, citrus formula to handle heavy duty cleaning. Each non-toxic, pre-moistened wipe can easily remove grease, grime, oil, tar, ink, adhesives, and other stubborn messes.

“Shark Tank” from Mark Burnett, executive producer of "Survivor" and "The Apprentice," and Sony Pictures Television is a popular, reality television series that gives ambitious entrepreneurs an opportunity to pitch their product to a panel of five ruthless, multi-millionaires (known as the “sharks”) with the goal of landing enough venture capital investment to propel their idea forward.

When the Sharks hear a really top-notch idea, and more than one of them wants to sink their teeth into it, a feeding frenzy may erupt. But convincing real-life millionaires to part with their own money is no easy task, because when the idea is poor, the “sharks” will tear into the ill-prepared presenters and pass on the idea.

Tune in Friday, January 15 (9 PM ET/8 PM CT) as Erin and Tim demonstrate the features and benefits of Grease Monkey Wipes. And see if they swim away with a deal or become chum for the “sharks.”

About Grease Monkey Wipes
Grease Monkey Wipes, a division of Kong Concepts LLC, was created by frustrated cyclists who wanted an easy, portable way to clean up after getting greasy from changing a flat tire.

Owners Erin Whalen and Tim Stansbury are committed to helping everyone, from cyclists to mechanics to motorcyclists to moms, steer clear of grease and grime. Grease Monkey Wipes are the perfect solution for anyone who finds themselves in need of a heavy duty cleaning wipe that can be taken anywhere.

Tim Stansbury