Life for Missouri native Lucinda Cramsey has been anything but easy. An 8th generation farmer, Lucinda grew up on a 1,500-acre farm struggling to make ends meet. She found great irony in the notion ...
Her meat subscription business, Moink, is the nation's first meat delivery service owned and operated by small farmers. "We created Moink because we knew there had to be a better way to connect ...
Moink (moo + oink, get it?) caught the attention of guest Shark Jamie Siminoff who appeared on the show to pitch the video doorbell Ring. The company's co-founder Lucinda Cramsey calls herself a ...
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Bringing bacon to Shark Tank is always a smart idea. On Sunday's episode of the ABC show, entrepreneur Lucinda Cramsey fed the Sharks several products from her meat subscription service Moink, which ...
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Former Space Coast home delivery business owner appears on 'Shark Tank' to pitch Moink You've got Moink! That's the message Lucinda Cramsey, founder of the meat-delivery biz, hopes to share when she ...
Tonight, the sharks will meet Lucinda Cramsey, the founder of Moink, a custom meats-to-home delivery service. And her most successful business to date. Discussing her experience on the episode, ...
Guest Shark, Jamie Siminoff, joined Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner, Mark Cuban and Daymond John in the Shark Tank to evaluate four businesses looking to land strategic investors. The Jolly Roger ...
Her meat subscription service, Moink, is farm-to-table on a national scale, supporting the local farmer over the large corporation. “Family farms are struggling, being snuffed out by big business,” ...
Now, she will be appearing on the ABC television show “Shark Tank” Sunday to pitch her meat subscription service, Moink, to investors. Cramsey said she and her husband, Adam Cramsey, founded the ...
LA BELLE, Mo., Sept. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Moink today launched its customizable subscription box of humanely raised meat and salmon, connecting ethically conscious meat lovers to a community of ...