The million dollar sock entrepreneur with Down’s syndrome

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.

He also designs “awareness socks” to raise money for charities including the National Down Syndrome Society and the Autism Society of America.

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