Brandan and Mary gained popularity as one of the most toxic couples in the latest season of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way. They raise eyebrows because of their clingy as well as insecure habits. However, the couple have crossed numerous highs and lows in their relationship to be together finally.
90 day Fiance stars Brandan and Mary met online more than two years ago. They stayed connected online until Brandan moved to the Philippines for the popular TLC show. The couple have since been living and figuring out life together. Brandan cannot legally work here, for he is not a citizen of the Philippines.
While his Filipino girlfriend also does not work, for she had to leave her college studies because of his insecure behavior. Mary and Brandan were jobless until recently when she disclosed that they had opened a store together in 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way Season 5 Episode 13.
She divulged that the store opened outside her house almost two months back. Mary was inspired by her grandmother, who owned a similar store. She then mentioned that she sells groceries, snacks, and other similar items.
Besides this, the couple has kickstarted a new career. Now, they are selling bracelets through an online store. Brandan and Marry are using their reality TV fame to sell handmade bracelets to their fans across the borders.
They offer a variety of cute and customizable bracelets for their clients. They have started this venture with the aim of earning at least 1000 Philippine Pesos ($18) per month.
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Brandan Denuccio and Mary Demasu-ay were jobless when he visited her in the Philippines. He was fired from numerous jobs back home for indulging in non-stop video calls. While Mary left her college studies in between. Thus, they decided to open a store outside her home.
Brandan and Mary were focused on making their first business profitable. They visited a local variety store to buy chips, candies, and other items to stock their store. They bought items worth 470 Philippine Pesos ($8.60) and decided to sell them at 500 Philippine Pesos ($9.16) to make a profit of $0.56.
Brandan suggested increasing the profit margin. But Mary rejected his idea by stating that this would result in people avoiding her shop in order to buy a cheaper item from elsewhere.
The couple have now widened their entrepreneurial skills by indulging in various business ventures besides reality TV.