Parents will stop at nothing in order to assist their cherished children in realizing their ambitions, and they will do whatever it takes.
However, in an episode of the show “Shark Tank” that went viral, the children of a fireman who worked on 9/11 put their best foot forward in an effort to make their cherished father’s dream come true.
In a particularly touching episode of the reality TV program Shark Tank, which is very well-liked among aspiring businesspeople, the “sharks” in the tank were taken aback when they saw three young children, Kaley, Christian, and Keira Young, proposing an idea for their father.
“Our father came up with the idea for the cupboard pro. After presenting themselves to the investors on “Shark Tank,” Kaley said, “It had been his goal to pitch it on ‘Shark Tank.’
Unfortunately, he did not live long enough to experience that desire in his lifetime, but we are here today to carry on his legacy and make that dream come true.” Keira presented a video of her late father, Keith Young, who was still alive when the film was made.
Before demonstrating how to utilize his innovation, Keith began by introducing himself to the audience.
His ingenious yet uncomplicated creation is a chopping board that has a bowl that can be removed and moved to a separate location. This makes it much simpler to clean up after cutting.
“I’m a fireman for the city of New York, and I’m a widower. Because I have three children, I have to move quickly while I’m at home in order to get everything done. ”
It turned out that Keith had previously created the Cupboard Pro in the year 2010, but with the diagnosis of breast cancer given to his beloved Beth, he was no longer able to pursue his aspirations. Keith chose to focus all of his energy, time, and attention on raising his three adorable children rather than chasing after his ultimate goal.
Kaley, the eldest of the Young children, showed her appreciation and regard for her father by saying, “He put everything on wait to be by her side.”
After relating the story of their parents’ struggle with cancer, Kaley continued by saying, “We’re only able to be here because of how tough our parents were.”
After having a discussion among themselves, the “sharks” decided to make an offer of one hundred thousand dollars in return for a twenty percent ownership share in the company. In addition, they made a commitment to give 100 percent of their proceeds to charitable organizations and groups that assist firefighters who are coping with diseases related to the events of 9/11.
As of right present, Kaley and her family are continuing their efforts to develop more cupboard professionals by collaborating with other investors. Kaley’s response to the question of how his father would have responded if he had known about the enormous success of his brilliant innovation was that his father would have started dancing.
“At this very moment, he would be up on his feet dancing and throwing the wildest party, he was the best possible father a youngster could have asked for.”
The Youngs have established a GoFundMe page in addition to the Cupboard Pro in order to amass further financial assistance for the FDNY Foundation. The three children of Keith see this as their way of living the lessons that they were taught by their extremely motivational father and carrying on his legacy.