While doing the Celebrity Apprentice a few years back I discovered I had a skillset that I had never utilized. I walked away from that experience thinking if I can be a successful project manager for other businesses, why wouldn’t I use that same resourcefulness to be a project manager for my own business? With what I do for a living, every opening night comes with a built in closing curtain. I had find other revenue sources to provide for my family that would even out the ups and downs of the entertainment industry. For me, it had to be something fun, something I could be passionate about. I’ve always loved clothes but in recent years I’ve felt the “Classic American Style” has gotten a tad stale. Dress shirts, Polo’s, Henley’s all needed a redo in my opinion. Well two years ago I came up www.Chainsawbrands.com. By partnering with the right people and coming up with a really cool crossed Chainsaw logo, I have created a clothing, and lifestyle brand with the intention of influencing positive action and thought all over the world. Special to our brand is the Signature Line. All Signature Line items come with a personally signed hang-tag explaining our philosophy that success unshared is failure and as such, portions from this sale go to do good things for those less fortunate. With our new design and marketing team in place, and our site having just gone through an incredible rebuild, we are poised to experience fantastic growth over the next few years! We are in our second year of business and I am incredibly proud of my team and the direction we are going.
Growing up I never imagined I’d be involved in this type of business, but when you’re a dad failure is not an option. I do everything I can to make it possible for me to be with my wife and girls as much as I can. Now that I’m a dad, I realize it’s the best role I’ll ever get so I look at this business venture like financial vehicle. A vehicle I drive like a Jet airplane because at 52, I feel like I’m running out of runway. I need to get this “bird” in the air because then, and only then will I be financially free enough to do what I want, and I want to be with my family.