Primetime Shows Crowd Rules

The "Crowd Rules" panelists may have voted for Mr. Green Tea, but the crowd did not. The Emanuele family react to not winning the $50,000.

So, how does Robyn Samara, owner of Pickle Licous really feel about the panelist's advice?

Kendra Scott explains what makes Crowd Rules unique and how it helps small businesses.

Each week, one small business will take home a $50,000 prize. Crowd Rules panelist Pat Kiernan explains the benefits of the cash prize.

Crowd Rules features three small businesses that compete for a $50,000 prize however what happens to the businesses that don't win the money?

Crowd Rule's Kendra Scott has to sometimes administer harsh advice. She goes into detail about her tough love approach.

“Crowd Rules” features three small businesses that compete in front of an audience of 100 that votes to decide who wins a much-needed $50,000 prize.

Pat's Advice for Small Businesses

Meet The Panelists

  • CNBC Prime's "Crowd Rules" Panelist

  • In 2002, with just $500, Kendra Scott launched a small jewelry collection. Today, Kendra Scott Jewelry is a global multi-million dollar label with collections sold at top retailers.

About Crowd Rules

“Crowd Rules” features three small businesses that compete in front of an audience who vote to decide which business wins a much-needed $50,000 prize. Entrepreneur and jewelry designer Kendra Scott, TV newsman Pat Kiernan and a weekly guest who is an industry expert lead the examination of the small businesses. While the business owners make their case to the panel of three, the real power lies in the hands of the audience—97 strong—whose votes ultimately decide which business is most deserving of the investment.

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