Teen entrepreneur opens second clothing store, signs business deal with 76ers

From Philadelphia, 15 Trey Brown is the owner of “Spergo», A boutique fashion collection for men, women and children.

Earlier this year, Brown signed an agreement with The Philadelphia 76ers Buy Black program. The program has been specially designed to help grow amazing, local, black-owned businesses.

With the continued expansion of his brand, Trey was able to open a second location for his store in The Pentagone City shopping center located in Washington DC, retire his mother and gain the attention and support of a music director P. Diddy and Ellen Degeneres. His clothing business has also attracted loyal celebrities, with rappers like DaBaby and Meek Mill displaying his clothing creations.

Brown launched Spergo in January 2018 with $ 178 he received for his birthday. The brand combines luxury and urban sportswear with tracksuits, hoodies, boxers and accessories.

“I started SPERGO three years ago and never imagined that I would be officially labeled a 76ers partner by my home basketball team,” said Brown.

Trey Brown has shown no signs of slowing down. By being a successful business owner at such a young age, Trey hopes to inspire others to achieve their hopes and dreams at any age.

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