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Let's take a look at some information related to Dilascia as well as what kind of deal was made on the show.
News and Links Related To The Company:
- Here is the Dilascia website and Facebook Page.
- It appears filming for the show happened around April 2016. (Link)
- Their website has a big banner touting The Profit Collection, which can be found here and has t-shirts ranging from $25-$35. A lot of the shirts are related to Sweet Pete's from season 2 of The Profit. Sweet Pete's seems to make it a lot of The Profit episodes.
- Here is Patrick Dilascia's personal Facebook page where he shares a lot of links for the upcoming episode.
- Patrick opened the shop in 2011 and it was called Par - LA. Here are some Yelp reviews for Par - LA
- The contact us page on the Dilascia website currently has a Los Angeles address.
- Dilascia has their shirts for sale at Nordstrom(kids only) and Barney's New York (kids only).
The Deal From The Episode Plus Post-Show Updates (this will be updated continually):
- The Deal - 200k for 50% of the business and they are equal partners, but Marcus Lemonis is 100% in charge. Money will be used to pay vendors, product development and to build the women's division. When the deal was made, the equity for Marcus and Patrick went to 40% each with 10% going to Kelly and 10% going to Daniel.
- The storefront remains closed and as stated above, the address from the Dilascia website is in Los Angeles.
- The Dilascia website currently only has graphic tees in the women's section. However, the website does say a new women's collection will be launching in spring 2017.
- UPDATE 7/2017 - Marcus said on Twitter that Patrick is no longer involved in Dilascia, but Patrick owns the wholesale portion of the business. (Link)
- UPDATE 8/2017 - Patrick Disascia launched a new brand called The Patrick Brand. This appears to be separate from anything involving Marcus Lemonis. (Link)
- UPDATE 11/2017 - In an update show on The Profit, Marcus said he lost money on the deal by losing his $200,000 investment plus $36,000 for a lawsuit.
- Marcus still owns www.dilascia.com and that now redirects to www.jetsettees.com which is a t-shirt business that was launched by Marcus.
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