Dunmow Team Bag £250,000 on Dragons' Den

PUBLISHED: 12:09 05 August 2008 | UPDATED: 07:03 30 May 2010

FOUR men from a Dunmow company have scooped the biggest ever cash investment ever on BBC Two show Dragons Den. Michael Cotton, from DDN Ltd, has helped develop a contraption which prevents car users from mistakenly putting diesel in a petrol-powered car.

FOUR men from a Dunmow company have scooped the biggest ever cash investment ever on BBC Two show Dragons' Den.

Michael Cotton, from DDN Ltd, has helped develop a contraption which prevents car users from mistakenly putting diesel in a petrol-powered car.

On the show, which aired on Monday night (August 4), he had the Dragons fighting over the investment with the eventual winners Deborah Meadham and Theo Paphitis investing one quarter of a million pounds in exchange for a 25 per cent stake of the company. Check out this Thursday's Dunmow Broadcast for more.


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