Trey Brown lays the foundation for his second clothing store
Trey Brown’s business acumen has continued to rise to new heights.
According to reports, Philadelphia native Trey Brown has just taken another pivotal step and expanded his growing business empire.
It was explained in a report posted on Thursday (June 10) by Baller Alert that Brown, the founder of the boutique clothing line SPERGO, opened his second clothing store recently. Pentagon City Mall is how you can find this one in Washington, D.C. A physical store was his first opening in Philadelphia. In 2017 after appearing together on “The Ellen Degeneres Show,” Diddy gave him a $25,000 grant for the store.
Diddy surprised Brown on the set when he appeared with him and offered encouraging words. Both men demonstrated an entrepreneurial spirit in their conversation. Currently, Brown’s ascension continues.
With the opening of the new store last month, Brown’s savvy business acumen has been rewarded once again. During his 12-year birthday celebration in 2018, Brown received $178 as a gift for starting SPERGO. In 2019, SPERGO clothing sold an astonishing 40,000 in retail sales. He is now expecting SPERGO to earn $2 million this year. Furthermore, Brown has agreed to participate in the Philadelphia 76ers’ Buy Black program, a business support program.
I never would have imagined becoming an official 76ers partner three years ago, Brown told Baller Alert, about the deal.
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