Jamestown Robitic Monkey Trading Company
The Jamestown Robotic Monkey Trading Company was founded in October 10th 1627 by the founder of Jamestown John Smith. The JRMTC soon exploded onto the stock market because everybody wants a robotic monkey.
The Strong Years
The JRMTC held a monopoly on the robotic monkey market for many years. The CEO of this company George Washington made lots and lots of money, enough to learn how to be a good general. He was forced to step down in 1802 and fight for freedom, that is when his place was taken by Jeff Austin.
The JRMTC began to flounder in 1699, and soon became a very covert operation until it was shutdown due to the high manufacturing prices of robot monkeys in the 1973 oil shocks