Kentucky Entrepreneurs Enter ABC's Shark Tank

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 3/01 12:07 am
A couple of Kentuckians were on ABC's hit show 'Shark Tank' Friday night.

It didn't go as well as they had hoped.

The panel did not buy into Taylorsville native Lori Cheek's online dating service called Cheek'd.

It allows someone to give a person a business card, and then go online to find out more about them.

Meanwhile Henry Clay High School alumni Doctor Amy Baxter pitched a vibrating cold pack designed to take the sting out of getting a shot.

Three members of the panel offered to invest in her product.

But Baxter turned them down because she believed they wanted too much of the company for their investment.
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