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UrbanKickz: The Hottest New Sneaker Store Based in Miami

Are you scared to take the bold step into a new world of uncertainty? You can make it in the unknown if you’re brave enough to begin and strong enough to endure. Brayan Sanchez speaks about his unhappy life working in a bank to becoming a promoter and owner of UrbanKickz. You are probably wondering how or why he did what he did. Follow closely to learn more about this risk-tacking promoter and entrepreneur.

“I was unhappy working at a bank,” Brayan narrates. “I used to go out a lot, so I decided why not quit my day job and take a risk. That’s when I started the promoter business and also selling shoes.” He adds when talking about his decision to take the bold step into the uncertainties of an entrepreneur, that his hard work in the nightlife industry and dedication make him stand out among other entrepreneurs in the same field. He adds that he’s very engaging with the crowd and knows many celebrities who are always ready to spend in the clubs he works with.

You can’t talk about Miami promoters without mentioning Brayan. Less than a year into the business, he became one of the top Miami promoters and made huge profits from his sneaker business. Also, Brayan has worked with leading companies, including Vibra Urbana, STFU&PARTY, Dirty Rabbit, Daer Nightclub Dayclub, Pilos, Mad Club, Gala, Chico Malo, Racket, Copper Blues, and Shots, among others. Working with big industry companies was a huge boost for his business. This also proves his exceptional work ethic and dedication to going the extra mile.

Besides racking up numerous achievements, Brayan notes that the journey wasn’t straightforward. Like many entrepreneurial journeys, he had his fair share of challenges. However, these obstacles were a stepping stone to greatness. He also adds that overcoming the challenges was motivation to keep moving and improving daily.

He notes that one of his most significant challenges was quitting his job and venturing into promoting. Brayan recalls that this was a huge risk he took. However, he adds that it was one of his best life decisions, and he doesn’t regret a thing.

His advice is that you should be your own boss. Take at least an hour a day to study something new and push an idea you have been thinking about. You should tackle each obstacle along the way as a learning process. The goal is to take it one step at a time toward attaining your goals.

With so much success gained in such a short period, Brayan Sanchez aspires to own his own club and sneaker store, either solo or as a partnership. Besides this, his dream is to start a festival with his promoting group, UNKWN. This will be in addition to his catalog and becoming his own boss. If you want to experience the Miami nightlife fully, Brayan is your guy. Also, if you’re a lover of hot sneakers, it’s time to step into UrbanKickz and get a pair. 

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