Fayetteville natives Kwame Molden and Maurice Davis carve out timely niche

Fayetteville natives Kwame Molden and Maurice Davis carve out timely niche

Fayetteville natives Kwame Molden and Maurice Davis carve out timely niche

Springbreak ‘White Party’ Wood Watch courtesy of Spring Break Wood Watches. Kwame Molden and Maurice Davis have known each other since childhood and are graduates of E.E. Smith. They went to college together and have formed a company called Spring Break Wood Watches. The company is taking off, especially in Europe. (This is a side job. Kwame is in business in Charlotte. Maurice is a captain in the Army in Augusta). They donate some of the proceeds of their watches to charities.

Fayetteville natives Kwame Molden and Maurice Davis carve out timely niche

Fayetteville natives Kwame Molden and Maurice Davis carve out timely niche

Maurice Davis, left, and Kwame Molden have formed a company called SpringBreak Wood Watches.



Posted: Monday, March 10, 2014 12:36 pm
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Updated: 12:58 pm, Mon Mar 10, 2014.

Fayetteville natives Kwame Molden and Maurice Davis carve out timely niche

By Rodger Mullen Staff writer

As fraternity brothers at N.C. AT State University, Kwame Molden and Maurice Davis dressed to impress. “We used to wear outrageous fraternity gear like gold boots, shades, neon-colored shoes, accessories to stand out,” Molden said. “But one of the things we really liked were watches.”


Since graduation, the friends have focused even more on the watches.

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Updated: 12:58 pm.