At 17 years old, Jacob Karram started making slime videos from his childhood bedroom in Boca Raton, Florida. After hitting 200K followers on social media, he dropped out of college to turn his hobby into a business. He invested $100 into his venture, using the money to buy basic supplies like glue and containers. Now, Jacob sells around 4,000 jars of slime a week and works out of a 2,500-square-foot warehouse with his 10-person team.
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