Louis learned about hard work on the hard streets at a very early age. He spent his childhood helping his parents sell knock off Rolex watches and designer handbags to passersby on the streets of New York City. He learned to focus himself by playing baseball and, eventually, took a job working for an HVAC company as a repair man. After five years of long hours and dirty work, Louis decided that he no longer wanted to be told what to do, so he left to start Bruno Air conditioning. At the end of 2013 he had grossed $2.5 million. In 2014 he decided to get ahead of the competition and purchased them out of business gaining more employees and a bigger territory. This placed Bruno Air gross sales at nearly $11 million. Louis spends his free time barbecuing and taking dips in his custom pool. He purchased a Rolex for himself when he reached a business million-dollar milestone. He recently bought his wife a brand new Range Rover so she can stay safe in style while driving with their one-year old son.