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Millionaire at the age of 14!

This is a true story, by the age of 14, Dr. Farrah Gray became a millionaire. He started by selling body lotion from door to door at six years old. He founded Farr-Out foods(specialty foods company) at age 14. Two years later, he sold the company for $1.5 million. This made him the youngest African-American to earn one million dollars. If you want to learn more about him, go to wikipedia and type his name in the search engine. It’s truly an interesting story. Hollywood should make a movie on his life.


February 17, 2008 - Posted by | Business, Life, Million dollars Idea, Millionaire, Uncategorized


  1. This guy is a fraud. A total fraud. There’s no evidence to support any claims made about this clown except those statments coming from him and repeated by people who will repeat anything.

    Comment by no_slappz | February 19, 2008 | Reply

  2. no_slappz, first of all thanks for commenting, but i personally don’t think that he’s a fraud. He basically ran his own business with a group of other teenage, profited and sold the business. I also heard that he’s good at investing. I think the lesson here is that age doesn’t matter if you want something, all it takes is hard work. Anyone could become anything in life.

    Comment by mauthor | February 19, 2008 | Reply

  3. mauthor,

    The only source for your information about this clown is the clown himself. He learned one lesson very well — you can lie to a large audience of gullible, credulous strangers with more success than you can lie to one or two people who know you. He’s a liar and there is ZERO proof of the claims made about him. If there ever was such an organization as Farr-Out Foods, it was nothing more than an after-school fundraising activity that was magnified by phony press accounts into something it never was.

    You should develop a healthy sense of skepticism when you see stories that are obviously suspicious. This one is phony.

    Comment by no_slappz | June 22, 2008 | Reply

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