- Shark Tank US (Net worth Update)PullyPalz

PullyPalz, a line of stuffed animals with a built-in pulley system that holds pacifiers, was started by Julie Thompson in 1995. PullyPalz net worth was $357,142 in 2015 based on the Shark Tank deal.

In 2015 they appeared on season 6 of Shark Tank USA and made a deal with Lori Greiner, $100,000 for 28%  of equity.

PullyPalz is not in business as of 2023. They have ended their business journey in year 2017.

PullyPalz Net Worth

Net worth$357,142 (2015)
Annual Sales Revenue
Lifetime sales
InvestorLori Greiner
FounderJulie Thompson

PullyPalz Net Worth Timeline

Net Worth 2023
Net Worth 2022
Net worth valuation 2015 after appearing on Shark Tank  $357,142
Net worth valuation 2015 before appearing on Shark Tank  $500,000

PullyPalz Pitch on Shark Tank

Company namePullyPalz
ProductLine of stuffed animals with a built-in pulley system that holds pacifiers
EpisodeSeason 6 Episode 24
Founder Julie Thompson
Asked for$100,000 for 20% Equity
Final deal$100,000 for 28% Equity
Shark Lori Greiner
LocationAtlanta, Georgia

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PullyPalz Founder

PullyPalz was founded by Julie Thompson in 1995. Thompson wanted to create a company that would provide high-quality care for all pets, and that would make it easy for pet owners to book and manage services. The networth of PullyPalz’s founder, Julie Thompson, is unknown as of 2023.

Key accomplishments

2015Appeared on Shark Tank season 6 and Lori Greiner invested $100,000 for 28% Equity
2017Featured in Forbes magazine for its innovative use of technology in the pet sitting industry


Some companies that appear on the show have not achieved great success, and the PullyPalz 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, PullyPalz went out of business in 2017. And the product is no longer available in the market.

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