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How Stadium Goods Owner John McPheters Created A $115 Million Sneaker Consignment Business

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When you take an upstart sneaker consignment shop from ground zero to $115 million in revenue in less than two years, it’s pretty obvious you know what you’re doing. Stadium Good co-owner John McPheters did just that, and Complex’s Blueprint series recently sat down with the sneaker kingpin to find out how it was done. From humble roots as a New York graffiti and sneaker kid, to a stint in Japan with Def Jam records and then back to his home city to help make Flight Club what it is today, Complex learns John’s path through life and his motivation behind starting Stadium Goods. Watch the full video below.