Teen on turning hot dog stand into his own restaurant: 'It’s been amazing'

Teen entrepreneur Mason Wright of Stonecrest, Georgia, discusses his journey parlaying a hot dog cart into his own restaurant, Mason Super Dogs, and his goal for the future of the business.
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Transcript for Teen on turning hot dog stand into his own restaurant: 'It’s been amazing'
And as so many businesses struggle right now a teen entrepreneur or is not letting that stop him from making his dreams come true. Three years after starting his own hot dog cart fourteen year old Mason right is now opened his own restaurant. And we are lucky to have Mason joining me now from Mason super dogs there in stone crest Georgia amazing good morning and congratulations. Thank you so my urging him aren't you two things showed what inspired you to start your own business in the first place let alone now. We're inspired me to start my business and live and how and why do you think British stores. And I was asking for jobs aren't noticed you hear are not so much so if you own this isn't. Kanye. And that's what I asked why he got lucky arts and or arts in the year old years later I would rate are anxious to meet your city. I waited and already a hot. Sony your so much so lucky ticket business cards back to you ran and I did. Starting with a little red curtain that we're owe it to a New York's art. Now is curry nineteen did at her star. And what have been like to go from the hot dog cart to a full fledged restaurant. It's. Thing. This isn't burying them. The knee customers are very very supportive. They would beings so so patient and it is our partner who. I think all I eat. And burn in what's your favorite part about being a business owner. Brazilian leather part of be being at its owners and Manny after I. Up. I think we can all understand that part and then of course it's not easy though so what's the most challenging part. Most challenging part lucky. I would I would be stuck here the bridge because those are some dude you didn't beat. How do you make your decisions every day heading decide what you want to order how much to get you know and there's a lot that goes into being a business owner. What how I just is that we have a system that already sought a lot of time at her room. Yeah well assistant each and every time. What it what's your future vision for mace in super guys and for yourself Mason. IC in my still more hockey into makes super dogs on every corner. And let me now it's time. And what's your advice to others who may want to follow in your footsteps Mason knew they may be watching you right now thinking hey maybe I can do that. I ever do and do what you in the relegating your life. And it finally turning and my big important question of the day what's the craziest hot dog you would make me if I can come right now in sit down with you and enjoy. It would be good professor Derrick Gainey toppings you. Any tapping like what are so my options. You have chat she didn't ever sure is stage yet and issue ads and sons. And you also have him. Insurance. They need not current. Or eighty. He Rex catering to all customers Mason thank you so much for joining us today I know you are very busy so we'll let you get back to serving your customers. Their problem.

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