Teenpreneur Mo’s Bows Founder Signs Seven-Figure NBA Deal

By Victor Trammell

Photo credits: CBS News

Several years ago, TheBlackHomeSchool.com first covered the story of Mosiah Bridges (pictured left). Back then, Bridges was making national headlines for being an 11-year-old entrepreneur who founded his own bow tie brand called “Mo’s Bows.”

He even appeared on the TODAY Show and was interviewed by co-host Lester Holt. Holt called Bridges a “precocious, well-dressed, and very talented” young boy. Nowadays, the 15-year-old is making national headlines again for yet another amazing accomplishment.

According to CBS News This Morning, Bridges has signed a sponsorship deal with the NBA worth seven figures. As part of the deal, Bridges has been authorized by the league to use its logo in the process of branding, marketing, and distributing his signature collection of bow ties.

This should be a booming business venture as many NBA players regularly and publicly show their taste for high-end fashion. Tramica Morris (pictured right) is Bridges’ mother and business manager. Morris has been very active in organizing the success of the Mo’s Bows fashion empire.

Read more of this amazing story here at TheBlackHomeSchool.com.

 

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