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Cousins Maine Lobster is the biography, entrepreneur, memoir and business book which shares the story of cousins who build the million-dollar company. Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomacare the author of this tremendous book. Jim born and grew up in California. His father runs a local business but they barely meet their daily needs. Jim grew up with the dream of expanding his father’s business but his father wanted him to do a job. Jim was good in studies and impressed his teachers. He gets the admission in the college and he was mentally ready for a job. After study, Jim started a job as a manager. Just after weeks, he realizes that his mind is not built for job and he has to do something else.

Jim resigns from his job and travel to Loss Angeles to see his cousin Sabin. They are only cousins but also good friends. Jim remembers when Sabin visits their home in childhood and they play together. After a few drinks, Jim shares his view on the business and he wanted Sabin to become part of his business. On the very first night, they started to begin the business of lobster and then they never looked back. Find out, how one truck of lobster changes into $15 million just in one year?

Details About Cousins Maine Lobster by Jim Tselikis

  • Name: Cousins Maine Lobster: How One Food Truck Became a Multimillion-Dollar Business
  • Authors: Jim Tselikis
  • Publish Date: April 17, 2018
  • Language: English
  • Genre: Biography, Memoir, Travel
  • Format: PDF/ePub
  • Size: 1 MB
  • Pages: 288
  • Price: Free
  • ISBN: 1250122171

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