Bruce Schindler is the owner of Schindler Cravings in Skagway, Alaska. He sells and restores mammoth tusks for carvers, knife painters, and galleries. A majority of the tusks he sells are either pieces or fragments from rotten and broken tusks he finds.
Bruce can expect to sell each tusk for anywhere between $5,000 and $25,000. But a "primo tusk," as he describes it, can sell at a gallery for as much as $65,000.
Bruce loves to spend his free time riding his Ducati motorcycle and his 20-foot Zodiak, an inflatable motorboat.
Jeb Lopez is the CEO of Wheels Up, which delivers auto parts to body shops and dealerships.
Born and raised in Manila, Philippines, Jeb worked hard to attend college in America. His company now has 120 full-time employees, 100 cargo vans, and is bringing in $3.5 million in annual revenue.
Jeb's passion for cars lead him to the creation of his business, but he also considers it to be his vice. Jeb owns several luxurious cars, with the most notable car being his 2016 Porsche 911 GT3.
Richard and Rachel Bell own The BOSS, which stands for Bargain Outlet Super Store. The Boss buys its products at a discounted price and currently hauls in around $6 million in annual revenue.
Before opening The BOSS, Richard was part of a professional pit crew and learned from the millionaires he worked for. He left the race track to open his first business which failed, however he didn't give up.
Because of the success of The BOSS, Richard now has his own racing team. He also built his dream home, valued at $800,000.