8-Year-Old Creates Online Bow Tie Business To Honor His Late Father

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By Kayla Jardine/Joe Cingrana

Almost a year after Loren Robinson's murder and as Little Rock, Arkansas police continue to search for the killer, Robinson's 8-year-old son Kylan assumed the title of CEO for Father's Day to honor his dad's name.

After Kylan’s father was shot and killed last summer, he knew he had to do something to help keep his father’s name and legacy alive. 

Kylan started an online bow tie business called Swagky to mirror his late dad Loren's love of fashion and to help people remember him. 

His mom Tennika told Radio.com that her son first got the idea after noticing a few luxury belts his dad wore in photos. That gave Kylan the idea to find a product to help represent him, and bowties felt like the perfect fit. 

But it’s not just bow ties that the little Arkansas CEO is selling; he's offering backpacks, slides, and socks too. 

With every sale Kylan makes, he honors his father’s legacy a little bit more. 

To see what Kylan has in store, visit his website @ www.Swagky.com.

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