When the four brothers behind Nardo's Natural went on "Shark Tank" in 2012, panelist Robert Herjavec said they looked like a singing group. However, they had lofty ambitions for their skin care business, projecting that sales would go from $30,000 to $4.8 million in just two years.
They asked for $75,000 for a 12 percent stake, but for the most part, the sharks didn't appreciate their optimistic projections. However, Barbara Corcoran said she loved their "stupid naiveté," and offered them $75,000 for a 50 percent stake. She also demanded that they change the name.
Two years later, how close have the brothers come to reaching their goal? And how did the company name remain unchanged?
Check out the Q&A with Nardo's Natural's vice president Danny Mastronardo below.