Jared Doster

Jared Doster

Title: Dancer, Choreographer, Photographer, Metal Fabricator
Company: Texas Tough Customs
Location: Huntsville, Texas, United States

Jared Doster, Dancer, Choreographer, Photographer, and Metal Fabricator at Texas Tough Customs, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in welding and photography.

Since he was in the fifth grade, Mr. Doster wanted to make a career for himself in building or manufacturing industries. He was always interested in architecture, however, as he grew older, his plans changed. He found success in a wide variety of fields, specifically dance, photography and metal welding. It was in the latter field that Mr. Doster found his most recent success. In 2010, he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance and a Bachelor of Science in industrial design, both from Sam Houston State University. In 2015, after unearthing a passion for metal welding, he decided to spearhead his own business. In the years since then, Mr. Doster has excelled as the owner, welder and metal fabricator at Texas Tough Customs, a specialty fabrication shop that specializes in custom suspension, roll cages, and bumpers for the off-road industry.

Alongside his entrepreneurial role, Mr. Doster has also demonstrated consistent success as the owner of Angles N Motion, a photography business where he displays his work. Reflecting on his success, he considers the highlight of his career to be each moment in which he can provide his customers with a perfect product. Their enthusiasm serves as motivation for him to keep creating amazing products. Looking toward the future, Mr. Doster hopes to open up his welding shop to off-road vehicles. He would also like to hire more employees, which will enable him to run his business full-time. As a testament to his success, Mr. Doster is listed in the 15 Under 30 Professionals by Sam Houston State University.

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