Not Currently Funding
The pilot episode is currently in production with a planned release for early 2021.
The plan is to allow you to watch the show via streaming at TuttleTwins.TV and on VidAngel.
Potentially. As an owner of Tuttle Twins, you would be entitled to your share of profits as outlined in the offering documents including our operating agreement. The management of Tuttle Twins determines when profit can be distributed based on if those funds are needed to continue producing new episodes. As a Series A Preferred Unit holder, you would earn up to 120% of your initial investment before the founders of Tuttle Twins take any profit. So you get paid only if and when Tuttle Twins distributes a profit.
The money you invest will go towards our productions costs to complete episodes 1-3 of Tuttle Twins. This includes things like production costs, marketing costs, and offering costs.
Historically, children's shows have earned most of their revenue through merchandise and toys. We've redesigned the characters from the books to be merchandise friendly and super appealing to kids. We are gearing up to sell lots of branded Tuttle Twins merchandise! Children's shows also generate income from distribution, whether it's from customers of streaming sites, DVD rentals and sales, or international distributors purchasing the rights. Initially, Tuttle Twins will be distributed exclusively through VidAngel Studios. Down the road, it will potentially be distributed on television, and overseas in various countries through multiple channels.
We have set up a minimum goal of 129,869 units with a maximum of 1,389,610 units. Of course, we would prefer the latter. Additional units will be issued to VAS Portal based on the success of the offering. For further information, please see our offering document.
Yes! You may invest as many times as you would like until you reach your investment limit under Reg CF (as long as you haven't reached your personal investment limits set up by the SEC).
No. Although no law limits the minimum amount of money you can invest as an individual, transaction costs related to the purchase of the units, and ongoing maintenance make accepting investments less than $100 unsustainable for the company.
Our ability to offer our units to the public is possible due to recent legislation known as the Jobs Act. This same law limits the amount that investors can purchase based on your annual revenue and net worth. If you have additional questions regarding this limit, feel free to ask in our Q&A tool at the bottom of the main page of this offering.
Every country has its own securities laws. We are offering this Reg CF round under the laws of the US and so we know what we need to do to allow US citizens to invest and be compliant with those laws. We don't have the resources to be able to identify and comply with the securities laws in other jurisdictions, so we limit investments to US citizens.
Yes, as part of Regulation CF, we are required to file annual reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission. We will post that on this site. We will also send out regular investor updates via email to let you know all the latest news of the company.
No. Tuttle Twins, LLC is a legal entity that is a separate and distinct company from VidAngel, Inc. Investments made on this investment are in Tuttle Twins Show, LLC not VidAngel, Inc.