Paper Box Pilots Net Worth 2023 Update (Before & After Shark Tank)

Paper Box Pilots

Paper Box Pilots, a decorative sticker design that brings cardboard box toys to life, was started by Noah Cahoon and Brian Cahoon in 2013. Paper Box Pilots net worth was $140,000 in 2014 based on the Shark Tank deal.

In 2014 they appeared on season 6 of Shark Tank  USA and made a deal with Kevin O’Leary, $35,000 for 50% of equity.

Paper Box Pilots is no longer in business. According to an article published in 2023 by MSN, Paper Box Pilots officially shut its doors in late 2019, just over six years after it was initially founded in 2013.

Paper Box Pilots Net Worth

Net worth$140,000 (2013)
Annual Sales Revenue
Lifetime sales
InvestorKevin O’Leary
FounderNoah Cahoon and Brian Cahoon

Paper Box Pilots Net Worth Timeline

Net Worth 2023
Net Worth 2022
Net worth valuation 2014 after appearing on Shark Tank  $70,000
Net worth valuation 2014 before appearing on Shark Tank  $140,000

Paper Box Pilots Pitch on Shark Tank

ProductDecorative sticker designs that bring cardboard box toys to life
EpisodeSeason 6 Episode 04
Founders Noah Cahoon and Brian Cahoon
Asked for$35,000 for 25% Equity
Company namePaper Box Pilots
Final deal$35,000 for 50% Equity 
Shark Kevin O’Leary
LocationAmerican Fork, Utah

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Paper Box Pilots Founders

Noah Cahoon and Brian Cahoon found Paper Box Pilots in 2013. Noah Cahoon is a 13 years old boy and and the other partner was his father, Brian Cahoon. The company was started in 2013 in Roy, Utah. The networth of  Paper Box Pilots’s founders, Noah Cahoon and Brian Cahoon, is unknown as of 2023.

Key accomplishments

2014Appeared on Shark Tank season 6 and Kevin O’Leary invested $35,000 for 50% Equity
2015Gained media coverage in Inc. Magazine, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal
2016Expanded product line to include new sticker designs and themes


Some companies that appear on the show have not achieved great success, and the Paper Box Pilots was one of them. Sometimes businesses don’t succeed because of many reasons. Sometimes, the deal falls through after the founders say yes on camera. Or, as you’ll see, sometimes things happen to the founders themselves, and they choose to abandon the business. Anything is possible. However,  Paper Box Pilots went out of business in 2015. And the product is no longer available in the market.

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