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Overbey combines a passion for storytelling with an interest in video games and online community to create an entertainment niche that pays for his MBA.
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Gavin’s mom Kim Justice, copyrighted the saying, “he my team” after getting numerous calls from interested companies, she says she never thought she would be in the t-shirt business.
Since the boy’s father posted the reaction video on YouTube three years ago, he’s made almost $5000 in royalties.
Two years ago, Davis decided to set up a YouTube account to show videos about her hair-care company, Kinky-Curly Hair Products LLC.
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It’s also been an unexpected bonanza for the boy’s Orlando, Florida-area family, who, despite some criticism that they exploited their child by posting his image online, has turned the one-minute, 59-second home video into a lucrative sideline.
An Internet content reviewer, Bess sifts through photographs that people upload to a big social networking site and keeps the illicit material — and there is plenty of it — from being posted.