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Local kidpreneur sisters land business deal on ‘Shark Tank’

Madison and Mallory Boyd were featured on Shark Tank

Not only did Memphis sisters Madison Boyd, 12, and Mallory Boyd, 10, develop their own business — a body care company for tweens and teens — they also recently pitched their company and landed a business deal on reality TV show “Shark Tank.

After realizing there weren’t any body products for girls their age, the sisters created Angels and Tomboys, which offers lotions and body sprays in signature scents like Cotton Candied Apples and Lemonade Doughnuts.

The kidpreneurs donate a portion of proceeds to nonprofits that support young girls. Their tagline? “Love being a girl … because all girls are created uniquely different.”

Amelia Ables, KQ Communications

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