6-Year-Old Entrepreneur Pitches Idea on 'Shark Tank'

Kiowa Kavovit will become the youngest inventor ever to pitch her bright idea to the "sharks."
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time so we'll move on to a very young entrepreneur about to swim with sharks. A little girl with a great idea for a paint-on bandage. She had it when she was 4 years old and tonight she'll become the youngest person ever to pitch a idea on ABC's "Shark tank." They're tough. I think there's no chance on god's green Earth this deal could ever possibly close. Reporter: And merciless. I think the idea sucks. Reporter: And tonight the idea hungry sharks of ABC's "Shark tank" are coming face to face with something they've never seen before. My name is kiowa and I'll be on "Shark tank." Reporter: With help from her father she'll become the youngest inventor ever to pitch her bright idea to those deep pocketed dealmakers at just 6 years old. She's hoping one of them will invest in her product boo boo goo, a revolutionary invention that we'll let her explain. I never liked band-aids and I didn't want people to see that I had something because look at the board. There is boo boo goo. There's another paint-on bandage and which one do you like best? Great saleslady. Reporter: The stroke of genius hit this mini mogul when she was just 4 years old. I was on a walk with my dad one day and I looked down at my knee. I had a band-aid on it because I a scrape and I said, daddy, what if I could just skin that I could paint on. Thanks, mom. Reporter: Her dad is an inventor himself and says he knows how to spot a best-seller when he sees one. The moment I heard it I thought, wow, that's a great idea. I feel proud just because I think it's an early age for somebody to be passionate about a career and be pursuing it. Reporter: But the now 7-year-old kiowa says her close-up on the big screen is about more than just a big payday. I want to tell kids that you can be something even though you're small. What a great kid who makes us all feel so remarkably inadequate. It's just incredible. Find out what happens when she sits down with the sharks. It's "Shark tank" airing tonight 9:00, 8:00 central right here on ABC.

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