How Brandon Medford Made A Name For Himself As CEO And Entrepreneur Of PTG 365, America’s No. 1 Auto Brokerage

As a minority, there's so much you need to do to take your place in the industry.

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As a minority, there’s so much you need to do to take your place in the industry. And it’s no longer about just taking it, but cementing yourself in that position and, at the same time, finding ways to lift each other while doing so. 

Brandon Medford is a living proof that passion and grit can take you to places. Places he only dreamed of when he was young, and he did it with his friends, Dave Obaseki and Eric Whitehead. Together they’re changing the way the black community is being represented. They’re making a statement that wherever you come from, you too can become successful.

Brandon’s journey to becoming an entrepreneur and top auto broker has never been easy. He dedicated most of his early years working. At only 16 years old, Brandon started working at Wendy’s. When asked about his struggles at that time, Brandon said, “Not having the privilege of enjoying those years was worth it today. It was then that I realized I was meant for something greater.” What once held him back became the fuel for his future.  

A few years after that, he was reminded of what he was meant to do. When he went to a car service at Infiniti, he had an encounter with a Sales Manager that will change his life. The Sales Manager convinced Brandon that there are a whole lot of business opportunities he can explore in car sales. At that moment, he knew this is where his path is leading him.

Later on, he met his first Sales Mentor, who taught him how to sell at least 25 cars a month. This mentorship taught him a lot that he needed. Because of his hard work and dedication, he quickly became one of the top sales professionals in the country. This opened up opportunities and promotions for him that he never expected.

In 2017, Brandon was working for a position he thought was for him. Until he realized it wasn’t. Brandon felt stuck and didn’t know what to do. So he decided to call his friends, Dave and Eric, to hangout. What was supposedly a friendly chat turned to a meetup that would change their life forever. 

Brandon, Dave, and Eric founded what was now the No. 1 Auto Brokerage across the US, PTG 365, which stands for Price Too Good 365. Today, it has grown into a multi-million-dollar automotive business in just a year. As we all know, getting your car in the US can be tedious and pricey, but with PTG 365, owning a car just got easier.

PTG 365 offers a service that a lot of dealerships don’t. They are best known to bring a car to their client’s home even without them ever driving to a dealership. They not only ensure the best deal but also make the automobile buying process easy and hassle-free. Moreover, It aims to help families get their dream cars, regardless of their financial status. Basically, he has served across all people belonging to all social classes.

He has established himself to finally have unquestioned credibility and expertise to speak to people in the higher part of the tier. Currently, he’s the go-to guy for all new exotic cars. He’s done business with Rich the Kid, Swae Lee, Tory Lanez, Meek Mill, Gucci Mane and many more. 

Brandon has also started the show called, “Driven” on Snapchat and became the most-watched show on the platform.

Today, Brandon is not only managing PTG 365, he’s also speaking in different engagements all over the country to inspire and make a difference in people’s lives. For Brandon, it’s not just about his success, but the success of everybody around him. He gives so much credit to his team for the entire company’s success and he feels that he owes it to the world to share what he knows, with an aim to help other business enthusiasts grow as well. 

Brandon has also started a branding, marketing, and consulting company to offer all businesses the secrets to growing a healthy business just how he did.

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