You know something is different about the store before you walk through the front doors of Epic Games in Lehi. A couple of young men pedal in on their bicycles, park them in the foyer and turn with purpose to enter the shop. Beyond the bikes is a whiteboard on which is scrawled in large lettering “Jordan is a cHunk.”
A statue of a suit of armor stands guard at the entry, a red plaid scarf wrapped around its neck and an oriental bamboo sun hat atop its head. Welcome to Epic Games and Puzzles, where the owner is as much a part of the store as its games, puzzles and gaming products and activities. Charismatic and bright, Jordan Bird is 23 — fairly young for the standard business owner.
“He’s really amazing. He’s kind of taken off,” said his mother, Wendy Bird, who owns her own business, Pearls with Purpose.
“He just figured out what he wanted in life, looked into it, talked to us and launched,” she said, chuckling. “He has done more in the first six months than what we projected on the spreadsheet for the first two years.”
She and Jordan’s father Richard Bird told him he might want to move back home because he would be starving for at least two years while getting his business going. However, the
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