Talented, precocious and well-dressed were the words TODAY‘s Lester Holt used to describe 11-year-old Mosiah Bridges.
However, Bridges refers to himself as the “NBT, the next big thing.”
These descriptors are all true after a video interview with TODAY tells the story behind Bridges and his creative vision behind his bow-tie company, Mo’s Bows.
Bridges is the CEO of Mo’s Bows, a company he launched two years ago that has already sold tens of thousands of bow ties that he hand makes himself.
Bridges’ grandmother taught him how to sew at a young age and ever since, he has designed and manufactured his own neckwear.
Now, Mo’s Bows is a family-owned and operated business with Bridges at the helm.
“We say Mo is the CEO of Mo’s Bows but momma is the CEO of Mo,” Bridges said.
The bow-ties are available for purchase in retail stores in most states and online.
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