Teenage Entrepreneurs Want to Help You ‘Get Through It’

| July 27, 2020 @ 10:00 am

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By Michelle Matthews
This is Alabama

When you open a small business and suddenly have to close it because of a global pandemic, what do you do next?

You get through it, say David Faulk and Lamir Whitlow of Madison, who, having just turned 13 and 14, respectively, are wise beyond their years. Dressed in the T-shirts they designed, they sat at their dining room table recently for a Zoom interview, poised and ready to talk about the evolution of their small business, The Bro Shop, which has flourished in the past few months.

Back in January, Lamir’s dad, Louis Whitlow, opened The Compound – an athletic incubator facility – and the boys, who became stepbrothers three years ago, “wanted to have a business,” says David.

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