Brian Hamilton joined Midday on Friday to talk about what audiences can expect after a successful first season.
The show highlights the stories of people who have a criminal past and are working to start a successful business to help turn their life around.
“We’ve got to give these people hope,” said Hamilton. “I guarantee you everyone watching right now has a relative, a cousin, a mother, a daughter, who has been judicially involved.”
Hamilton offers advice and instruction along the way to help these people thrive in an everchanging world.
Brian says that season two will feature more variety in the types of businesses that these people are dreaming of growing successfully.
“I’m working with someone starting a physical training business. I’m working with somebody who does sneaker designs, painting sneakers in funky ways,” said Hamilton.
Hamilton is also the founder ‘Inmates to Entrepreneurs,’ a program designed to teach people with a criminal record how to start their own business. “Free Enterprise” is based off the organization and his work.
Catch the premiere of season two on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. on WXOW 19.
If you have a criminal past and are looking to start a business or access resources for additional assistance, you can visit Inmates to Entrepreneurs or Home – Brian Hamilton Foundation.
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