Next Episode of West Texas Investors Club is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
West Texas Investors Club is a series that takes place deep in the heart of Texas, where self-made multimillionaires Rooster McConaughey and Butch Gilliam carved their fortunes from a harsh and unforgiving land. For the past several years, they've chosen to pass on that success by investing in promising entrepreneurs – but only on their turf and their terms. Along with their close friend and confidante Gil Prather, Rooster and Butch invite ambitious entrepreneurs from across the country to come down to West Texas and make their case. These folks know that they're getting a once-in-a-lifetime chance to secure funding…but what they don't know is that clever products and beautiful balance sheets will only get you so far with these investors. No, Rooster and Butch won't make a deal until they've peered into your heart and soul – and taken the true measure of your character and your company.
A young entrepreneur pitches Rooster and Butch on an app that could revolutionize the bar scene; two best friends present a device that promises to reduce contact with germs.
"A Time to Grill" After a YouTube star pitches what he claims is the world's best BBQ sauce, Butch and Rooster put him to the test against the top pitmaster in West Texas. Later, a single mother tries to sell the investors on a website that helps parents save for their child's college education.
A pickle entrepreneur seeks help from Butch and Rooster; the investors test a young food truck manufacturer by sending him on an unusual sales call.
A firefighter invents a safety tool that he promises will save lives; a retired flight attendant stages an infomercial to promote her invention for women's purses.
A serial entrepreneur presents what he claims to be the best soy sauce on the planet and a tech-savvy duo from Ohio pitches a wearable audio recording device.
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