What can I possibly say about a business that has the slogan “Ask me about my balls….” written on their t-shirts. Well I can say a LOT actually. It all started in July of 2016 when at the ripe old age of 17, Dawson Campbell (you may recognize the name) decided to become a young entrepreneur. With the support and encouragement of his mom (shameless mom plug here, yes that’s me) he started off strong and has never looked back. When we interviewed Dawson he stated that ‘you’re always guaranteed a good time when you play with my balls’ so Linz and I put it to the test. We smashed into each other, flipped and rolled, and never once injured ourselves. And if you know me, that is no easy feat, I can injure myself looking at a doorknob. Once you fall a few times, you learn it’s actually a lot of fun to fall and roll knowing that you’re not going to injure yourself. When Dawson was younger he dreamed of being a Firefighter, but now that he has the entrepreneur bug, he has decided to go to college for Business Entrepreneurship and hopes to live a life free from working for anyone but himself. The recommendation is that people be at least 7 years of age to play with the balls for safety purposes and be no taller than 6ft 4in. Depending on how spring goes he hopes to have smaller balls in for children under 7 by the end of summer. Dawson recently decided to have a winter package deal at the Baltimore Turf and it has been the most popular to date. For $250 you get 6 balls for an hour and the turf is included in the price. You can add on additional balls for $20 each. I was exhausted after 10 minutes of play (who am I kidding, remove the zero, ONE minute of play) so it definitely makes for a really good work out. Dawson’s balls are made out of a material called TPU. Balls made out of this material are more expensive than those made from PVC, but TPU is odourless, more durable and gives more of a bounce. And if you’re into the environment (which EVERYONE should be, they are recyclable) When asked the personal question of “what colour is your underwear” (wow this seems really weird considering he’s my son AND I do his laundry) his answer was pink, with hotdogs. Yup, leave it to Dawson to be unique. You can find out more information about this young entrepreneur on his Facebook page HERE, his Instagram page HERE or his Website HERE.