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So This is What Corinne Means When She Says She ‘Runs a Multi-Million Dollar Company’

Just about everybody, whether they watch The Bachelor or not, knows who Corinne Olympios is. The one with the nanny that makes “cheese pasta,” who “runs a multi-million dollar company,” and according to Taylor, has low emotional intelligence. She even missed a rose ceremony because she took a long nap, which is honestly so relatable. Bachelor Nation loves to hate her. 

Throughout the season, Corinne has been vague about her family’s business. However, in an interview with Glamour, she said, “I run my family’s online business, doing epoxy floorings and roof coatings.” Turns out that the company is called ArmorGarage.

According to PopSugar, the company supplies epoxy coatings and flooring products to the U.S. military, Fortune 500 companies, shops and home owners. It’s based in Florida, where Corinne works and lives. She reportedly works more on the sales side of ArmorGarage, while her father James Olympios is the owner. 

Are you as surprised as us? It’s not exactly the type of business we can see her running, but we’re sure she does it with confidence.


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In addition to being a part of her family’s business, Corinne has side hustles as a model and actress. Business Insider writes that she’s been featured in a Nike campaign and has been involved in music videos by Akon, DJ Khaled, Two Chainz and Juicy J. Her profile on Model Mayhem says, “No job is too little or too big. Being on set is my happy place and I will do whatever it takes to fulfill my dreams and goals.”

Okay, Corinne. You’re annoying, but we love the go-getter attitude.

Temple University, 2019. Magazine journalist and editor, fitness instructor, health and wellness enthusiast. Proponent of lists, Jesus, and the Oxford comma. Will do anything for an iced oatmilk latte. Follow my journey: Twitter + Instagram: @sarah_madaus