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Lori Greiner

Lori Greiner is an American inventor, entrepreneur, and television personality. She is best known as a cast member of the reality TV show Shark Tank and has been called "The Queen of QVC". Lori Greiner has also appeared on its spin-off, Beyond the Tank.

  • Date of Birth:

    December 9, 1969 (age 44)

  • Height:

    5 Feet 4 Inches

  • Net Worth:

    50 Million USD

  • Married To:

    Married

Lori Greiner and Her Husband Dan Greiner's Personal Life

Born on December 9, 1969 extremely sharp minded and versatile Lori Greiner is an American inventor, entrepreneur and a television personality. Native from Chicago, Illinois she graduated with a degree in Communications with a focus on Journalism, television and film. Always an enthusiast, she first had thoughts of becoming a journalist before envisioning her career with consumer products field.

Lori Greiner is married to Daniel Greiner, a former controller at Bell & Howell before her husband became manager of the finances of his wife's company, For Your Ease Only, Inc.

Shark Tank Star Lori Greiner: I Never Think Of Myself as a Female in Business

Greiner created an intricate box that organized earrings which she later patented. Using borrowed money, she created a sample product which was picked up by J.C. Penney before the holiday season. Eighteen months later the earring product reportedly "made her rich."

In 2012, Greiner joined the TV series Shark Tank and has been called "the warm-blooded shark". In 2014, her investment in Scrub Daddy, a company which produces a texture changing household sponge (the material is stiff in cold water but soft when warm), was noted as a great success. On July 30, 2014, she sold more than 2 million of the sponges on QVC (in one day alone).

As of April 30, 2016, Scrub Daddy still reigns as “the biggest success story in Shark Tank history” with sales over $75 million and a growing product line sold in a myriad of stores.

Other investments by Lori Greiner in the top 18 Shark Tank deals, as of April 30, 2016, include Squatty Potty, Readerest, Paint Brush Cover, Hold Your Haunches, Drop Stop, FiberFix, and Screenmend.

 In 2011, Greiner spoke at the first United States Patent and Trademark Office Women's Entrepreneurship Symposium.  In March 2014, she published the book Invent it, Sell it, Bank it! – Make Your Million Dollar Idea into a Reality, which reached #3 on the Wall Street Journal's bestseller list.

Lori Greiner - Body Measurements, Fashion and Lifestyle

American Inventor Lori Greiner is enjoying her million dollar net worth.

American Inventor Lori Greiner has a net worth of 50 million USD. Just at the age of 47, she has become one of the most successful advocates for budding entrepreneur as well as a jewelry designer and reality television. According to Gazette Review, her annual salary is around 4 million USD.

During an initial period, reality television judge Greiner has designed a product that was picked by famous American department store J.C Penny. After 18 months of patience, her hard work started to earn a fortune.

Currently, Greiner rides Mercedes SLS AMG furnished with super cool wing door. The starting price of the vehicle is 220,000 USD. She is living with her husband in her luxury house in Chicago. The total valuation of her luxury home is around 672,000 USD.

For 25 percent stake in ‘Scrub Daddy’ Company, Lori Greiner has invested 200,000 USD. She has made most of her fortune from cosmetic products and Television programs. 

Achievement and Contribution

Details about her can be obtained from wiki and other personal sites relating to her. Besides, she is also on social networking sites. Now, her admirers have the opportunity to get to know her better.

A self made woman, Lori can be best described on three words, smart, kind and driven. In spite of the wealth, she has accumulated over these years; she’s equally unstoppable and enthusiast like she was before. As per her, money is not the motivation for her; it’s the thrill of success that gets her going.

Lori Greiner - News Update 2017

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