In the Feels: Young brothers give with their successful bowtie business

Two young boys in Georgia have created a bow tie business. Third grader Treandos and his little bother Noah started making bow ties with their mom and selling them online and are now profiting about $50,000 a year. But instead of keeping all the money the boys run a food and toy drive that helps families in need. UPS donated a truckload of supplies to his cause. 

He's learned life skills any parent can appreciate. 

"Look up! Don't look down all the time," he said. "If someone shakes your hand, shake firmly. Of course, before COVID times." 

The boys' parents help, but the kids make final decisions — at least when it comes to the business. Household rules are still made by their mom and dad.