He moved all of his tools into his garage and started creating seats. If a customer asked Jamey to do something different with the seats or to do a certain design on the seats, Jamey always said "Yes" because the reality was that he couldn't afford to say no. That made him start pushing his beadrolling skills. He would come up with different dies for his beadroller and new techniques to try an achieve the look he had envisioned in his mind.
With each set of seats it gave him an opportunity to improve his skills.
In 2012 he was able to partner up with Mittler Brother's Machine & Tool in Wright City, Missouri to start manufacturing and producing the products he had created for the beadroller. As of today he has over 80 products with them that are sold world wide.
"The person that never gives up is the one the figures it out." -Jamey Jordan