Veterans Day Spotlight: Four IVMF Graduates Find Business Success

For Veterans Day, Fox Business has been highlighting veteran-owned business including some of our own IVMF Graduates! 

Tracey Richburg

1. Tracey Richburg and the Savannah Sauce Company

U.S. Army veteran Tracey Richburg would have never imagined she’d one day be running a booming condiment business with products sold in 40 stores across six states. The Georgia woman shared the unlikely journey that led her to the Savannah Sauce Company — and she shared what fuels her philanthropic work for veterans past, present and future. Read her story.

Matt Butler

2. Matt Butler and Rollors

There’s no such thing as too much time spent outside, socializing with friends and family – at least according to Air Force veteran Matt Butler, who was inspired to create his award-winning lawn game, Rollors, in an effort to bring people together. Read his story.

Natasha Norie

3. Natasha Norie Standard and the Norie Shoe Company

Natasha Norie Standard took a leap of faith in 2017, going from paratrooper to fashion phenom. She started the NORIE Shoe Company, a luxury footwear brand that combines comfort and style for women who want to have it all. After spending 20 years in the military and dedicating her life to protect and serve, many would think launching an apparel line would be a piece of cake. However, being an entrepreneur comes with its own set of challenges. Read her story.

Joe Quinn outside feltman's hotdogs.

4. Joe Quinn and Feltman's Hot Dogs

Joe Quinn told FOX Business he and his brothers had dreamed of one day opening their own business. Fifteen years after the 9/11 attacks where they lost their brother, the two made their childhood ambition a reality, relaunching the iconic Feltman’s hot dog brand in their native Brooklyn, New York. Read his story.

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