Over 250 people, more than 90% of them minorities, attended the casting calls, according to MVP head, D. Bernard Webster. Whether the aspiring entrepreneurs get a place on the show won’t be known for a few weeks.

Shark Tank has been widening its search for minority entrepreneurs since 2013, when it first held a casting call for more women and minority-led businesses in Washington, DC. (ABC has not returned a request for comment on the most recent gender and racial breakdown of Shark Tank contestants.) The show is going on a nationwide tour this year, making stops in Miami, Detroit, New Orleans, and four other US cities.

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