We had the good fortune of connecting with Jasmine and Gabriella and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Jasmine and Gabriella, we’d love to hear about how you approach risk and risk-taking
I love this question because ever since starting up…it began with a risk. My 6 year old daughter birthed this wild idea of having her own business in the middle of a world wide pandemic. So, at a time where no one truly knew how to navigate in general let alone start a business, but long story short we took that risk. Almost 2 years in and it has been a rewarding experience to see our business thrive and grow.

Our team wholeheartedly believes in taking risks as our name also reflects that.
We do business as GabNGo vending, but our LLC name is Wealth over Waver (W.O.W).
Wealth= Is an abundance of valuable possessions

Waver=To become unsteady or unreliable

**In life anything deemed “valuable” is our wealth (i.e. good health, peace, money, success, happiness, healthy relationships, thriving business etc.)

To obtain and maintain these things it ALWAYS causes for us to be unwavering, stretched, stressed, and put outside of our comfort zones. (i.e. waking up early, eating healthy, working multiple jobs, compromising, sacrifice)

In the end the reward is greater.

Wealth over Waver. Every time.

Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
We have been in business for about a year and a half. We began by mastering a variety of snack boxes then delivering and shipping them out to people all over the US. We have now began purchasing vending machines and placing them for free of charge into businesses/ locations that need the service.

We are so excited with the many things that are on our agenda and we are dedicated to making them all come to pass.

Gabriella (7 year old CEO) told me the other day that she “wants to be a person that little kids read about in books” that moment was profound because I instantly saw it happening. The work ethic, heart and dedication that she has will land her right where she wants to be.

This Generation of parents are all about their kids “not getting it out the mud” and I agree; however my kids will still know what it’s like to have to build their character, respect others, challenge their minds, have impeccable work ethic and possess sustainable life skills.

Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
We love family oriented activities. So Ponce city market and the belt line is our first stop. We will be riding scooters and the whole shabang lol. Making sure that we make it all the way down to shake shack.

During the week we would also definitely visit
The battery to play on the green and grab jenis on the way out.

Seaquest at stonecrest, black Wall Street for some excitement

Milk and honey for brunch, Jeremiah’s for a cold treat

Slutty vegan to be sluttified

then creole Orleans when we need some Rasta pasta.

Georgia aquarium, Atlanta zoo and six flags are always favs.

Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
As a mom my shoutout is definitely to my daughters. I’m naturally a driven person….but with them I’m stronger, bolder, willing to take more risks and more apt to try new things in order for us all to win.

Special thank you to our Gab-snackers, friends and family members who constantly support by doing business with us, words of encouragement, social media interactions etc.

Website: www.gabngovending.com

Instagram: https://instagram.com/gabngovending

Facebook: Gabngo

Other: TikTok- Gabngo

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