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Mission Belts w/teases

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Mission Belts w/teases

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Mission Belts w/teases
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/7189675?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Mon, 27 Nov 2017 05:00:07 +0000 Mission Belts w/teases Mission Belts w/teases http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/7189675?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KTVX ABC 4 Salt Lake City the airport tonight where its been a zoo. the long holiday weekend is over. a belt that works no matter how much randall you gain a little weight, you lose a few pounds. oh no, you need new belt sizes. maybe not. still to come a utah success story. one belt luck guys. randall it's back to work this week for millions of americans who've spent a long weekend feasting on pie. if your belt feels a bit snug tomorrow... know you're not alone. a couple of guys from utah county understand the frustrations of fluctuating weight. tonight, in this sponsored segement, ' ali monsen shows us their mission to give customers one belt that fits forever. xxx xxx take: cont vo a basic strap... "no holes, it's really simple." a shiny buckle... "the buckle has this unique release lever, right?" and a built-in ratchet that fluctuates by fractions of an inch. "with each and every one of these teeth, you get a different size." three components that seem simple separately but together create what might be the last belt you ever buy. zac holzapfel, co-founder, mission belt "never too big, never too small. it always fits perfect." it's a concept childhood friends zac holzapfel and jeff jensen say they always knew would take off. jeff jensen say they always knew would take off. what they weren't initially prepared for... was just how quickly that would happen. "next into the tank is nate holzapfel." shortly after launching their company 'mission belt' back in 2012... zac's savvy salesman brother nate wowed investors on a-b-c's shark tank... and scored them a deal with daymond john. "my man. that's a deal!" today, the provo-based company has sold nearly 2-million mission belts... and raked in more than 25 million dollars with the help of its 35 employees... "these aren't size specific." ali monsen, reporter "...and as business expands, so does inventory. right now the guys are..." "buckling down on a business plan to roll out a new women's line next year." "you like the prototype?" "this is our warehouse. this is where the magic happens." the best part is... the entrepreneurs want others to succeed too. for every belt they sell... they put one-dollar toward funding micro-loans in less developed countries. jeff jensen, co-founder, mission belt "here in america, we have easy access to capital -- we have banks, we can get a loan to start our business, but a lot people in the world don't have that opportunity." from helping their panamain friend luis start a transportation business... to their 75-thousand other loans around the world... jeff jensen, co-founder, mission belt "50 dollars, 100 dollars, 300 dollars -- so they can buy chickens, buy a cow, buy equipment for their farm, and become self-sustaining and independent." the philanthropic business owners are finding personal fulfillment in their work... with the mission behind their belt. and that combination, they say, is something they hope aspiring entrepreneurs will realize... just clicks. zac holzapfel, co-founder, mission belt "jump two feet in, because an entrepreneur -- you got to gamble a little bit." "you have to commit, and you just need to prepare to be successful." in provo with





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