Moziah Bridges loved dressing with style, but he couldn’t find bow ties that were cool and fit his 9-year-old fancy. So he asked his grandmother to teach him to sew.
“Mo’s Bows” was born and he used Granny’s whimsical scrap fabric to make and sell bow ties and pocket squares.
Today he employs five seamstresses from his home in Memphis, Tenn., and has topped $165,000 in revenue.
Moziah appeared on CNBC recently to talk about how business is going.
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