Back in 2016, the 21-year-old told his dad, Mark, that he wanted them to start a business when he graduated from high school, but he wasn’t sure what kind.
“My first suggestion was a fun store, but we didn’t know what to sell,” says John, a native of New York’s Long Island.
In just over a year, the pair have shipped over 30,000 orders.
They donate 5% of all profits to the Special Olympics, which holds sports events for people with learning disabilities. John competes in the games in sports such as basketball, soccer and hockey.