For this week’s Made in RVA, Morgan Dean met a local baker who is on the cusp, or make that the crust, of going national. He dug in to Mary …
Health Warrior took off big time in 2012 when the company was mentioned in a Wall Street Journal story about NFL players eating the chia pro…
In this week’s Made in RVA, Anchor Morgan Dean met some local kid entrepreneurs who are doing some big business.
Iron Oaks makes new and upscale furniture made from downed trees and old wood only from Virginia.
A local man has found his cash crop but he doesn’t own a farm. Anchor Morgan Dean goes behind the scenes at Grand Pops Best.
The double walled steel, vacuum sealed growlers are made to last forever and to work with beer, wine, water or spirits.
Rebecca Floyd is the artist behind Frowny Faces dolls.
Destiny Graham was invited on a national talk show to feature Destiny’s Pops
Destiny Graham has been running an in-home bakery since she was 12.
The young ‘food scientist’ used her prize money to launch Claire’s Cooking Lab.
Parker Brewer is learning Economics 101 inside his dad’s Manchester coffee shop.
VRexplores brings the latest virtual reality experiences to corporate events or special occasions.
Elijah Pullings was only 14 years old when he decided what he wanted to do with this life.
The family-owned restaurant specializes in Southside Virginia-style barbecue.
David Amir used to sell guns and drugs. Now, he wants to sell his own line of shoes.
“This is not only their place of employment, but it becomes part of their social network,” Sharon Harrup, CEO and President of STEPS said.