July 5, 2018
There’s nothing crazy about this business model. John’s Crazy Socks — founded by a father and his son with Down syndrome — earned $1.7 million in revenue in its first year. George Bush, Justin Trudeau and allegedly Bob Dylan all have a pair.
June 27th 2018 - John Cronin always loved socks. So when he decided to start a business with his father, they knew they had to feature John's passion. As Jim Axelrod explains, their venture quickly got the attention of some famous fans.
May 9, 2018 The Committee on Small Business will meet for a hearing titled, “Ready, Willing, and Able to Work: How Small Businesses Empower People with Developmental Disabilities. The purpose of the hearing is to examine the role small businesses have played in employing individuals with differing abilities and the lessons that have been learned. John Cronin starts speaking at 23:10 minutes in the video below.
June 17th 2018 Mark and John Cronin started a company with a unique mission: spreading happiness through socks. John has Down syndrome and John's father, Mark, was inspired to go into business with his son to empower him to have a high-quality job and subsequently, to create high-quality jobs for others with different abilities. With the help of Google Ads, they turned their seasonal business into one that operates year-round and has customers in 44 countries.
Nightly Business Report - Mar 12, 2018 Airs on CNBC and NPR. A young entrepreneur with Down’s syndrome teamed up with his father on a venture to get more people with disabilities into the workforce. Their bright idea turned into a million dollar business. Tyler Mathisen has their story.
May 3, 2017 It’s a company with a straightforward mission: Make people happy through socks.
The colorful footwear sold by John’s Crazy Socks is certainly unique not only for its designs but also for the person who came up with the company.
John Cronin, 21, of Huntington, New York, has Down syndrome — and his company could make as much as a million dollars in revenue before it closes out its first year of business.
CTV Canada - April 12, 2018.>John Cronin likes socks – the crazier, the better The quirky idea quickly grew into a successful, multi-million-dollar business. Cronin now has 1,200 designs that are sold across the world and worn by the likes of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
January 12th 2018 Meet John Cronin, co-founder of John's Crazy Socks. The 21-year-old, who has Down's syndrome, runs his online sock store with his dad, Mark.
In their first year, they've made $1.4m in revenue and shipped socks to customers including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and former US President George HW Bush.
Oct. 16, 2017 - John Cronin, a 21-year-old entrepreneur with Down syndrome has one motto “socks, socks and more socks!” Go inside his $1.3 million sock empire, John’s Crazy Socks, and learn about his mission to overcome challenges and hire people with disabilities.