Lima One Capital, a hard money lender that focuses on the real estate market, was founded by John Warren, a Marine Corps veteran.
Roxanna Mann, who became fully blind in 2008, launched her business in 2011 in Michigan with the help of the Business Enterprise Program, which was provided by the Randolph-Sheppard Act.
Today’s Salute to American Success goes to a mom who created an organic-baby product business – called Zoë b Organic -- that’s making green from being green.
Daily Greens, headquartered in Austin, Texas, creates and sells healthy, cold-pressed “green juices" to a variety of grocery stores across the United States.
Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning, founded by Jonathan Barnett, began operating in 2006.
Handyman Matters, which started doing business in 1998, provides home repair and home improvement services.
Originally in the restaurant and catering business, Mark and Lisa entered the snack foods industry after creating Primizie, which specializes in making thick-cut specialty snack chips.
Marco’s Pizza, a pizza restaurant franchise headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, was founded in 1978 by Pasquale “Pat” Giammarco.
American Signcrafters, a company that creates and installs signs for all types of businesses, has worked on many major projects in New York City.
With This Land, Marine Corps veteran Dan McCready is hoping to shed a spotlight on some of the United States’ most talented artisans and craftspeople.
Today’s Salute to American Success goes to a man who pulled himself out of poverty to create a multi-million-dollar hair-care products empire, and has proven he can more than cut it in the business world.
Today’s American Success Salute goes to Tanisha Akinloye, the founder and CEO of Trumbull, Conn.-based Empowering Through Beauty – a nonprofit that provides free makeovers and beauty services to help homeless, battered, and low-income women know their inner and outer beauty.
Today’s Salute to American Success goes to a founder of a growing roofing business that’s enjoying being on top!
Jeanine Gantt turned a love of soap-making into a business called The Charleston Soap Chef at the Charleston Farmer’s Market.
Huddle House, a restaurant chain found mainly in the Southern United States, features many 24-hour diner-type restaurants, specializing in Southern-style dishes.
Kona Ice president and founder Tony Lamb's "A-ha” moment came after his family had a “bad experience” with an ice cream truck, which prompted him to create his tropical-themed, mobile shaved ice franchise
Leesa Mattress, which launched in January, is disrupting the mattress industry and has already raised $9 million from private equity firm TitleCard Capital.
Today’s American Success Salute goes to an entrepreneurial teen -- a millennial -- who doesn’t plan on coasting through life.
FASTSIGNS, a company specializing in sign and visual graphics, was founded in 1985 in Texas by Gary Salomon and Bob Schanbaum.
In this Salute to American Success, we’re taking a look at Retro Fitness and founder Eric Casaburi.