The Cummins Cowgirl Rides to Multi-Industry Success at Top Speed

A mechanic, a model, an influencer, and a rising entrepreneur – it’s rare to see an individual who carries all four hats, rarer still to find one who is seemingly effortlessly succeeding at balancing them altogether. 

Thriving against odds, Chloe Yonker, The Cummins Cowgirl, is the social media darling, model, and powerhouse businesswoman who initially started as a mechanic.

With more than three hundred and fifty thousand followers on Instagram, a mechanic shop, and countless online purchases rushing in, Chloe Yonker has a fairly hectic schedule. “I wake up and fulfill orders from my website, ship them, run errands, pick up parts for the vehicles I’m working on, and anything else I need to do that day,” she revealed.

“I travel a lot, so when I am home, it’s typically catching up on the work I’ve missed while I’ve been gone.” While completing these daily checklists and managing her virtual and physical shops, The Cummins Cowgirl also publishes posts regularly on multiple social media channels.

The endless pile of tasks is enough to shatter anyone’s plate except, apparently, Chloe’s. Despite the overwhelming workload, the crowd-favorite influencer remains optimistic and driven to secure a worry-free and financially stable lifestyle.

“I wanted to be independent without working for another company so I could have more freedom of where I go, who I work with, and just build my own brand.”

Her desire to succeed and become self-sufficient led to an exploration of lucrative avenues. First launching her career as a heavy-duty diesel mechanic, she turned to virtual platforms to establish an online presence. 

The limitless growth potential within the Internet gave The Cummins Cowgirl leverage in catapulting herself and her brand to recognition. Through the popular applications, she worked toward her mission of becoming a positive influence to the global audience and found an opportunity to spin her passion into profit. 

The impressive response on social media pushed the then-emerging influencer to transition into a full-fledged entrepreneur. She opened “The CC Customs” and unveiled merchandise, clothing lines, seasonal collections, and accessories to the satisfaction of her followers.

Since its inception, The CC Customs’ products have crossed oceans. Buyers residing in Australia, Sweden, Canada, New Zealand, Mexico, Finland, and Turkey, among other countries, have placed their orders in and expressed their interest in the upcoming releases.

With attention pouring in worldwide, it’s safe to say that this success is only the beginning for the multi-industry powerhouse. While balancing multiple hats and excelling at wearing each, The Cummins Cowgirl is set to conquer unprecedented heights and only grows more determined to do so as soon as possible.

“I want to be a badass babe every day, even on days, I don’t feel like one. I love being independent, and I have very large dreams that I want to accomplish, and those won’t become a reality unless I get up and work for them.” 

So, for those who plan on following her footsteps, The Cummins Cowgirl only has this to say: “work hard. Then work even harder.”

Stand witness to The Cummins Cowgirl’s breathtaking ride to success on Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, her shop, or her official website.

The Story of the Gamestop Short Squeeze

Have you ever wanted to win a massive fortune, perhaps the lottery or some wild inheritance? When many people think of winning massive fortunes it is typically through some crazy twist of fate and luck that things like this happen.  One of the largest events of this crazy luck happened this past year in a very unlikely place: the stock market in the case of the Gamestop short squeeze

This past year has shown us that there is truly power in numbers especially when it comes to fighting injustices.  One of the largest historical case studies has emerged with nothing more than a meme.  In the stock world buying stocks like AMC and Gamestop is a joke, there is literally no profit that those stocks could bring to a portfolio and they were slowly becoming obsolete. 

That was, until they were being used as a flashlight to showcase immoral marketplace activity. There is a practice that is known as shorting that was used throughout financial funds and stockbrokers.  In a very simplified way, shoriting is the act of selling stock that you do not own in hipes to buy it back later at a lower price therefore increasing your margins.  This was so commonly practiced but no one really paid attention to it due to the stigma of inaccessibility that flooded the stock market. 

When people got wind of this situation they were appalled and some key players began to spread the word on social media platforms such as reddit.  These platforms allowed people to remain anonymous and undetected long enough for them to subtly buy back enough of the stock for it to trend and buy all available shares.  This caused a panic for the stock profilers, now all the shares that they sold were either already bought. 

Now they really had a problem.  They couldn’t go back to their profile and tell them they lost money because technically the money was still there.  So they tried to buy it back and take the losses but all of a sudden the stock that they sold at 10 dollars was now valued at 500.  It meant that they were in a very bad situation.  They either had to eat crow and return back to their clients or devise a plan to buy it back.  Yet, there was one big problem: the average man was holding strong. 

Without people willing to sell, the stock price held and people were freaking out.  Suddenly, average people were sitting on fortunes and they had a decision to make: either cash out or hold on for more.  It was a stroke of luck that many had no choice but to cash out because it was life changing money.  But, this was exactly what the stock broker was counting on.  Many held onto their fortune for that reason but the stock market was fickle and that fortune began to dwindle. 

The moral of the story here is to always fight for what is right even, any small difference is a big one in the long run.