Shark Tank premiere included Barbara Corcoran commercial endorsing Pennsylvania Realtor/Business Owner Joy Daniels


WASHINGTON, D.C. – October 10, 2014 – (RealEstateRama) — ABC’s Shark Tank season premiere on Friday Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. saw Pennsylvania resident, Joy Daniels of Joy Daniels Real Estate Group, side-by-side with real estate magnate Barbara Corcoran.

Corcoran is Shark Tank’s resident real estate mogul and a prominent self-made multi-millionaire. She is now endorsing a select few of the best real estate minds in the country, Daniels included. Joy Daniels appeared in a commercial that aired during the Shark Tank season premiere. It will also be seen on several additional episodes throughout the show’s season.

Daniels’ company, Joy Daniels Real Estate Group, is a dominant leader in the real estate industry, providing phenomenal service and expertise to a wide base of clientele in Central Pennsylvania. A full time Realtor for nearly 25 years, Daniels started her own company in 2010 and is one of only a small number of agents with independent real estate companies to be endorsed by Barbara Corcoran.
In 2013 and again this year, the Joy Daniels Real Estate Group was named one of Central Penn Business Journal’s Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies. The company was also ranked in the top 100 real estate teams in the Real Trends/Wall Street Journal annual ranking. More details about the group, including its Guaranteed Sale Program, can be found at or by connecting with the team on Facebook.

Daniels is also part of the exclusive Radio & Television Experts (RATE) group, an elite network of real estate rainmakers. The RATE group has worked with numerous celebrities in addition to Corcoran, including Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, and John Tesh, to spread awareness of the group’s real estate endeavors.

Corcoran is an iconic figure in the New York real estate scene and nationally known as the real estate contributor to the NBC TODAY show. She has invested in more than two dozen businesses to date on Shark Tank, and has written several well-received books including Shark Tales: How I turned $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business.

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