The founders of Mission Belt were active in helping give people a hand up before they started Mission Belt. In fact, two of the founders bought a used tour bus for a friend in Panama who had lost his job. The Mission Belt guys got the bus to the man, which the man used to start his own company. The man in Panama now has a successful business and has even purchased a second bus.
Mission Belt chose to work with Kiva because it helps people support themselves through loans, rather than just a handout. Additionally, 100% of the money Mission Belt donates to Kiva goes to borrowers around the world.
Nate presented his business on Shark Tank, and he received an offer from fashion mogul Daymond John for part ownership in the company. Since appearing on "Shark Tank", Mission Belt has made almost $1 million in sales.
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