These brothers found success with their millennial coffee biz at Georgetown — but not on 'Shark Tank'

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Three brothers breaking into the notoriously crowded beverage industry had a chance to persuade five influential “Shark Tank” investors to take a chance on them — with no success. Jimmy, Jake and Jordan DeCicco offered 4.5 percent of their startup, Sunniva, in return for $500,000. They quickly proved their commitment to the company and its product, Super Coffee — organic Columbian coffee beans blended with lactose-free protein and healthy fats from coconut oil. But then they hit a snag,...

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