CEO Chase Campbell is Inspiring Others with his Success
Success is not about having a lot of wealth and material possessions, but to be happy in what you already have. It is a sense of achievement that comes with the freedom to be able to do whatever you’ve always dreamt of. For Chase Campbell, that’s helping and inspiring others to chase their dreams. Chase Campbell shares his real-life story of struggles and hardships to motivate people to persist. He knows that this is one of the main ways to achieve their goals because nothing great comes easy in life.
Currently, Chase Campbell is an accomplished entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the owner and CEO of two successful brands Size Up Apparel and Size Up Supplements, which sells popular pre-workouts and proteins for fitness enthusiasts.
The story of Chase Campbell starts with a childhood that instilled much-needed values and morals in him. Growing up, Chase always admired that his father gave gifts to underprivileged children every Christmas. Back then, Chase wanted to know why his father would give something to other children on Christmas instead of him and his sister. Now, looking back, the memories have helped him realize that materials cannot buy true happiness. The real joy lies in giving to others and solving a need.
Unfortunately, the tables turned for the Campbell family in 2008. Chase’s father lost the job he’d held for 23 years, leaving them homeless. Chase was only 17 at the time and seeing his family struggling to make ends meet lit a fire of motivation inside him. He decided to give up his studies and become financially independent. At 19, Chase ventured into business selling supplements under the brand name “Chase Nutrition” which is now “Size Up Supplements.” While his friends and family wanted him to enroll in a college and follow the traditional path to success, Chase walked the path he believed in.
Being inexperienced in business, the initial years were tough for Chase to scale up his business. He slept on a couch in the back room of his business, just so he could work every hour in a day. He worked 7 days a week for two years to scale up his business and finally saw his efforts being paid off. By the time Chase turned 23, he owned 8 brick and mortar stores: 6 in Michigan, 1 in south Florida, and 1 in Las Vegas. He also had a furnished warehouse in Michigan.
Just as Chase was thinking of expanding his business to even more states, the pandemic hit the world and everything came to a standstill. His stores were shut for an indefinite period with no sales and no revenue for the companies. Added to that, Chase had to pay 6 digit bills on rent, electricity, and other necessary services in the hope of resuming the business one day. Even then, Chase did not lose hope. He wants to fulfill his dream of opening 3 new stores and more warehouses in the future.
Chase Campbell is an example of an unyielding spirit in the face of all adversities. He also donates a part of his income to help the less fortunate because he knows how it feels to be there. Chase wants to continue his journey of scaling up his business while also helping people to get better lives and inspiring them to follow their dreams no matter what comes their way.