How This Founder Overcame Addiction to Build a $120 Million Pizza Oven Empire
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Tom Gozney is the founder of Gozney pizza ovens and inventor of the Roccbox personal pizza oven. But before his business was a $120 million dollar success story, Tom was a troubled youth in the throws of addiction. In this episode, Tom tells Alex about how he went from a teen struggling with substance abuse on the brink of death, to building his revolutionary pizza oven business from the ground up—and all without even so much as a degree.  You can watch this and all of our episodes on our Imposters YouTube channel: Learn more about Ac+ion alkaline water here:  Full transcripts for all Imposters episodes available at
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