Leaman High School student Harrison Kincade, 12, starts clothing company called Shabach Apparel

Leaman High School student Harrison Kincade, 12, starts clothing company called Shabach Apparel

RICHMOND, Texas (KTRK) – When Harrison Kincade decided he didn’t just want to play on a baseball team anymore, he wanted to learn how to own it, his father Lamar was surprised.

Harrison had played most of the year, starting his athletic journey on the baseball field with t-ball.

Still, when Harrison wanted to move on from understanding how to move from the batter’s box to the C-suite, Lamar had just what it took.

“I was a little shocked that he didn’t want to play anymore. But I didn’t want to be that father to make his son do something. So I was like ‘Hey, what do you wanna do? We have to do something. So he said, “Well, why can’t I have my own team?” So that’s when the commercial part entered. And I said, “I can teach you how to run a small business. But I can’t buy you a baseball …

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