This One Is All About Me (RT) & Weekly Roundup (August 12th, 2020)



Check out these recent interviews

Hey! I'm R.T. Custer, Co-Founder and CEO of Vortic. Recently I was interviewed for two different podcasts and I was able to share Vortic's story as well as a bit of my story. Check them out and let me know what you think!

Your normal weekly roundup of watches is below if you'd prefer to skip to that!

On the Cam & Otis show we discussed the founding story of Vortic and they asked some awesome questions I've never been asked before like "How do you find and hire good people?" and "How'd you get into the engineering of all this?" Cam and Otis are so much fun to talk to, and I could have kept this one going all day!
The Cam & Otis Show

Reaching Beyond Podcast With Kyle Depiesse

In this podcast interview, my friend Kyle and I discuss all things entrepreneurship including the story of Vortic from the idea on the golf course to reaching beyond a 7-figure business today. Kyle asks some very deep, thought provoking questions. I had a blast on this one.

PS - if you're into golf, check out his amazing experience he's hosting in October. I'll be there! It's my 30th birthday present to myself.

The Weekly Roundup

Here's your weekly roundup from Vortic Watch Company! Check out the last 7 watches from our Watch of the Day program.

Click on any of the images below to learn more about that particular watch.

 

The Rockford 027

   
The Chicago 240
   
The Boston 110
    The Boston 110 (46mm)
The Springfield 287
   
The Springfield 281
The Springfield 281 (46mm)     The Springfield 281 (46mm)
The Boston 152
The Boston 152 (46mm)     The Boston 152 (46mm)
The Chicago 388
The Chicago 388 (46mm)     The Chicago 388 (46mm)
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Don't forget, every watch we make is one-of-a-kind, so when you get one, it's yours and yours alone.

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