Underwood family farm store owner and founder Joe Underwood has launched an online marketplace where consumers can buy, sell, and trade his products.
The marketplace is the brainchild of Underwood, a former retail employee, who was working on his second home and trying to find his next project when he decided to start a business.
He was able to find an online store, which he says is a “safer, easier way to sell things to the general public.”
Underwood says his business is unique in that it doesn’t rely on a warehouse or other logistics center.
“I don’t have a warehouse.
It’s really a brick and mortar store,” he told Business Insider.
“The website is a mobile app, it’s online, and I can sell anything on it, including products and services.”
The marketplace, which Underwood plans to launch with the help of the popular crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, is currently available for $10 a month and allows consumers to place orders for products on his website.
The site features the Underwood logo, which is a red star with a white circle at the bottom of the triangle.
Consumers can buy from Underwood’s shelves and receive their order in a matter of minutes.
The store’s website currently lists the Underwoods as a family owned and operated operation.
“We’re a family business that grows everything we make,” Underwood said in a statement.
“Our philosophy is to focus on quality and to never stop improving our product line.
We’ve been selling products for over 15 years, and our customers are all the reason we’re here today.”
Underwoods family farm The website also allows consumers the option to purchase items through Underwood directly, rather than buying through the store, or by calling the store to make a purchase.
The Underwoods are also launching a new program called “A Little Shop of Happiness” where consumers are able to buy gifts, including gifts for other family members, and send them directly to Underwood.
Underwood told Business Insiders that the program was originally inspired by his son, who has autism.
Underwoods son, Luke, has autism and needs a lot of support to help him communicate with people.
Underbrooks son, Connor, has also been diagnosed with autism and has a learning disability, and he is receiving therapy through a program called The Empathy Group.
Under the Underbrookses’ website, under the menu for the new Underwood Farms website, Underwood explains that he and his wife, Kay, have two children, Dylan and Tyler, and are working to raise money for the Autism Society of Canada to assist in the costs associated with helping children with autism navigate the world.
Under family and friends told BusinessInsiders that Underwood is a hard worker and is a good husband and father, and that his son and daughter-in-law have done a lot to support the Undertons.
“Joe’s family is amazing,” a source close to the family told Businessinsiders.
“They’re so supportive of Joe and his business.
It was really a no-brainer to do this.”
Underbrook Family Farms was founded in 2016 and Underwood previously worked as a manager and store manager at Underwood Hardware.
“It’s really exciting to be able to start my own family business, and it’s been an incredible experience,” Underwoods said.
“In terms of our business, we’re going to be growing as quickly as we can.
We’re going all the way, with three or four new stores in the pipeline.
We think our growth is going to take off in the next couple of years, so it’s really about the next three or six years.”
Underland also has a son, Jordan, who also works at Underwoods Hardware.
Under Brookshire’s Facebook page has over 13,000 likes, and Underbrook’s Instagram account has over 4,300 followers.
Underland says he and Underwoods plan to keep growing the Under family business through Indiegog, which has raised over $1.2 million from more than 60,000 people in just two months.
Indiegogue’s platform has also attracted millions of dollars in funding.
Under Underwood also has other business ventures, including an online platform for farmers to sell produce and meat products, and an online business for people to help raise money through crowdfunding.
Under a new partnership with Amazon, Underwoods plans to release an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet.
Underhoods original Kickstarter campaign raised over 80,000 dollars, and Overwood has received over $8.2 billion in venture capital.
The website has a goal of raising $25 million to grow the business to a size of 100,000 square feet, with Underwood telling BusinessInsider that the goal is to reach that size by the end of the year.