Close School Alumni Recognized In Drexel’s 40 Under 40

Two incredible Close School alumni have been recognized in Drexel’s 40 under 40: Paige DeAngelo, Founder and CEO of Aer Cosmetics, and Daniel Grobman, Owner of Mike’s BBQ. Paige started a cosmetic brand that focuses on sustainability by creating a water-soluble, vegan, cruelty-free mascara that can be produced with tablets in a refillable tube. The packaging is easy to clean in the dishwasher and the formula is easy on sensitive skin. Daniel turned his hobby of smoking meats into his own business and has hopes of expanding to multiple locations in the city!

Read more about Close School and Drexel alumni who are paving their own way to success here: Drexel 40 Under 40

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