How Tiffany Hamilton, Founder of Victor Wear and Momtrepreneur, Is Supporting Inclusivity in Her Community
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Press Release provided by Jennifer London
Founder of Victor Wear and momtrepreneur, Tiffany Hamilton, on how her inspirational startup apparel brand is supporting the disabled community and harnessing the power of business to build a more inclusive society.
Starting your own business and juggling the demands of motherhood takes a lot of strength and commitment. Although it may be an uphill battle, being a mom can be a great asset to growth as an entrepreneur and in building successful, mission-driven brands.
How far will a mother go for her son? There are no limits for Tiffany Hamilton. Her inspiration for starting a new business is her son, Isaiah. As a mother of a boy with high-functioning autism, she understands the high hills there are to climb. She has moved across entire states to ensure the best education for her son, and spent countless hours working to improve his autism-related developmental challenges – all while working full-time for many years as a single mother. Despite everything she’s done to help Isaiah survive and thrive, she knows the sad reality that 80% of autistic individuals are unemployed. And she’ll do everything in her power to help secure her son’s future. Her inspirational apparel brand, Victor Wear, meets this challenge of empowering people with disabilities, inspiring triumph over obstacles, and amplifying the stories of the “victors” who rise above their obstacles and succeed.
With their Tees and Hoodies, Victor Wear is a proud sponsor of the Special Olympics VA and reserves 10% of every purchase throughout the year to donate to the organization.
You can learn more and support Victor Wear apparel on their website