PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Several years ago, Jorrae Beard, originator of Joyce's LuLu Bang, decided she was exhausted with her sauce options and decided to create a sauce of her own. Together with her eldest sister, Kelly Beard, the two turned an amazing sauce into a business that would revolutionize the way people experienced food. Joyce's LuLu Bang, affectionately named after their late mother Joyce Beard and late brother Michael "Lulu Bang" Beard, has gone from a sauce whipped up in a small kitchen to a growing business that now has a chance in front of a national audience.
Joyce's Lulu Bang Sauces are all guaranteed to enhance the flavor of any food, whether it's seafood, poultry, pasta, or vegetables. Crafted with the right combination of herbs and spices, Joyce's Lulu Bang Sauces come in four distinct flavors: Asian Persuasion, BBQ Fusion, Bourbon Marinade, and It's Just HOT. Each sauce has been tested against some of the best on the market and has received overwhelming responses that Lulu Bang products are amazing.
LuLu Bang owners, Kelly and Jorrae Beard, will present Joyce's LuLu Bang to the panel of ABC's hit reality show, "Shark Tank" on October 28, 2016 at 9ET/8CT to seek capital investment. The sisters will pitch to investor panel, also known as the "Sharks", which include fashion and branding expert Daymond John; technology innovator Robert Herjavec; billionaire and outspoken owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban; "Queen of QVC " Lori Greiner; and venture capitalist Kevin O'Leary.
Of course, the sisters cannot divulge what happened during the show, or else ruin the surprise element for which Shark Tank is famous. But, unlike many food distribution companies, LuLu Bang has been in the hot seat before. As one out of 800 manufacturers attending the Walmart Manufacturing Summit, Joyce's LuLu Bang emerged one of 5 sauce companies with a northeast regional distribution deal. Also in Shoprite stores in the Philadelphia area, LuLu Bang is quickly becoming a household name.