Rachel Mann and Mackenzie Burdick are sisters. They're also the minds behind Litter Jewelry, which makes custom body accessories from vintage chains and broken pieces of costume jewelry.
Their story started when they created a headpiece from a broken necklace. After receiving positive responses, they made more of them to sell at a trunk show. Every piece sold out, and the money allowed them to launch their line. Litter Jewelry products have since been worn by such celebrities as Lady Gaga and Ke$ha.
The sisters appeared on "Shark Tank" in 2012 to find someone to run the business side of things. The sharks fought over the chance to run the company, and the duo accepted a deal with Daymond John and Mark Cuban for $80,000 and 70 percent of the company, plus annual salary.
In an interview with ABC, John said that Litter was one of the best long-term investments he's ever made on the show. Check out the Q&A with Litter Jewelry's Mackenzie Burdick below to find out more.