Roanoke’s Cameron Johnson has been named as one of the 2009 Ten Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA) by the United States Junior Chamber (Jaycees).
Johnson, 24, is one of the most successful young entrepreneurs in the world. Author, businessman, entrepreneur, and internationally recognized public speaker…
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Had he not been so young when he ventured into entrepreneurship, Johnson says he may not have been able to try so many different things, start and fail so many times and ultimately be as successful as he is…
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At age 9, Cameron Johnson started his first business, making greeting cards and party invitations on the Compaq computer he got for Christmas. Three years later, the Virginia native was making $50,000 a year selling Beanie Babies online from his parents’ garage.
At 15, after flying to Tokyo to advise a large corporation, Johnson was an instant media sensation there and had his biography published in Japanese. “My entire life has always been: What’s next? What’s next? What’s next?” said Johnson, now 23.