Contestant's Case to Win
This is based on the number of votes received and does not reflect the quality of the business or chances of winning.
Look around you. Every element of everything you use/wear/consume has to be shipped at one point in its life-cycle. The raw cotton in your shirt, the thread that holds it together, the soap you used this morning, the ingredients that make that soap, the eggs you cooked for breakfast, the pan you cooked it in...the list goes on infinitely. After barely surviving the financial crash of 2008, both working for investment firms, Jack and Morgan started Tripp Logistics in 2012. In the first month of having their own Motor Carrier authority as Freight Brokers, the company achieved $130,000 in revenue...just the two of them. The company is on par to gross over a million dollars in their first year after operating expenses and, now, employee wages. Jack and Morgan absolutely love what they do. They work as hard as they play, and have finally found a recession-proof business that will go the distance.