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Tweet questions to Brandi Temple, entrepreneur who turned her hobby into a business

Brandi Temple started sewing clothes for her own children as a hobby, and soon built a multimillion dollar business using Facebook. She will sit down with MSNBC on Thursday for a web-exclusive Afternoon Mo Joe greenroom interview.
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Brandi Temple started sewing clothes for her own children as a hobby, and soon built a multimillion dollar business using Facebook. She will sit down with MSNBC on Thursday for a web-exclusive Afternoon Mo Joe greenroom interview.

Brandi Temple of Lexington, N.C., is a stay-at-home mom turned entrepreneur.

She started sewing clothes for her own four children as a hobby, and soon built a multimillion dollar business through social media. She built Lolly Wolly Doodle, an online children’s clothing and apparel company, primarily through her Facebook page. Her products are “Made in America.”

After posting a few pieces of clothing to eBay in 2008, she had to recruit her mother, nieces, aunts, and even friends from church to help sew and process orders.

Temple was named one of Business Insider‘s “30 Startup People to Watch” in 2013.

Steve Case, co-founder of America Online and founder of Revolution, will announce an investment of $20 million in Temple’s company. Funds will help ramp up the company’s hiring in North Carolina.

Temple and Case will sit down with MSNBC on Thursday for a web-exclusive Afternoon Mo Joe greenroom interview.

Tweet your questions for Temple and Case to . Watch Morning Joe’s web-exclusive greenroom interview with them on Thursday at AfternoonMoJoe.MSNBC.com. Learn more about how Case will help entrepreneurs like Temple—and find out which of your questions is answered.