Deming resident on tonight's "Shark Tank"


Henry Miller presents his line of raw spicy honey flavors called Henry's Humdingers, on the ABC show Shark Tank. Miller hopes to take his brand to the next level by presenting his product to a panel of investors on the show, which will air Friday, March 14, at 9 p.m.


A 16-year-old entrepreneur whose family has a farm near Deming is scheduled to be on the Friday, March 14, episode of ABC's "Shark Tank."

Henry Miller, who operates Henry's Humdingers, will try to convince a panel of ultra-rich investors to make an investment in his company. A jar of Henry's Humdingers combines raw honey with a variety of spices, creating a blend that could be used in different ways, such as a condiment or that "special ingredient" that adds a bit of zing to a recipe, Miller said.

The show starts at 9 p.m. Henry Miller is planning a viewing party from 8 to 10 p.m. at the Extremes Sports Grill & Pizzeria at 4156 Meridian St. in Bellingham.

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