69: Building a 7-figure business selling socks with 17-year-old Brennan Agranoff

September 20, 2017
Brennan Agranoff is a 17 year old senior attending high school in Sherwood, Oregon. He has been pursuing entrepreneurship since age seven where he first began selling his first products and flipping garage sale items on eBay. He’s been featured in numerous publications and was named the 2017 Youth Entrepreneur of the Year by Baylor University.
At age 13, he founded his current business HoopSwagg, a sock customization company which he has grown to seven figures in sales. HoopSwagg is currently working to expand into retail stores and malls across the nation along with helping raise money for multiple local and international charities. Recently, they acquired one of their competitors, TheSockGame.com, and are looking to grow revenue through their channels along with Hoopswagg’s steadily growing social media following.


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