Pitzstop is a disposable armpit guard. Michelle and Troy Tornabene created this in 2012. Pitzstop’s net worth was $200,000 at the time of their pitch in 2016 based on the $50,000 offer for 25% of the equity of the company. 

They appeared in Season 02 of Shark Tank Australia in 2016. But, the Sharks were not interested in investing in Pitzstop.

Sharks had concerns regarding Pitzstop’s market, sales, and product value; thus, Michelle and Troy had to leave the show without a deal. After the show, Pitzstop unfortunately did not achieve much success. Pitzstop eventually went out of business. As of January 2024, it is no longer available in the market.

Pitzstop Net Worth

Net worth$200,000, business valuation (2016)
Annual Sales Revenue$31,000 (2015)
Lifetime sales
FoundersMichelle and Troy Tornabene

Pitzstop Net Worth Timeline

Net Worth 2024Out of business 
Net Worth 2023Out of business 
Net Worth 2022Out of business 
Net Worth 2021Out of business 
Net worth valuation in 2016 before appearing on Shark Tank  $200,000 (business valuation)

Pitzstop Pitch on Shark Tank

ProductA  disposable armpit guard
EpisodeSeason 02 Episode 05
Founders Michelle and Troy Tornabene
Asked for$50,000 for 25% equity
Company namePitzstop
Final dealNo deal 
Shark / SharksNo Shark
LocationGreater Brisbane Area

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Pitzstop Founders

Michelle and Troy Tornabene founded Pitzstop in 2012. Michelle has experience working in the Health and Pharmaceutical industry. Michelle’s husband and business partner Troy is currently a Mission Leader at St. Vincent’s Care Services. Pitzstop’s founders Michelle and Troy Tornabene’s net worths are unknown as of 2024.

Key accomplishments

2016Pitzstop was featured on Shark Tank.


From their beginnings on Shark Tank to their current status as a thriving business, they have proven that with the right idea and execution, anything is possible. We can’t wait to see the future for Pitzstop and its continued success.

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