Silicon Valley Growth Syndicate Announces Investment in Haul TV



San Francisco, CA: The Silicon Valley Growth Syndicate (SVG), a seed fund investing in tech-enabled, early-stage companies, announces an investment in the HAUL Company of Dallas, Texas. HAUL is an e-commerce marketplace that enables haulers to monetize their product videos.


A Hauler is anyone who purchases or receives a product, and creates a video to share their feedback and discuss the product features for an online audience. Haulers on YouTube have millions of subscribers and billions of views.


HAUL Co-Founder Mr. Alex Muse, and SVG Co-Founder Mr. Will Bunker have a long relationship from previous Internet ventures. Mr. Bunker built the One-and-Only Network into the largest dating site on the web. Today it is known as Mr. Muse is the founder of ShopSavvy, the leading mobile shopping app, which has been downloaded more than 20 million times.


HAUL is a video-driven, e-commerce marketplace that enables haulers to monetize their online influence and following by syndicating content and garnering affiliate revenue on hauled products.


“We do this by providing each hauler a dashboard with production and advertising tools that connect them to social media, advertising and syndication opportunities,” said HAUL Co-Founder, Molly Cain.


“We like the cross-border potential of HAUL,” said Lee McNutt, SVG Co-Founder. “They are committed to gathering and distributing content in Spanish, Portuguese, and other languages. Their key segments of outdoors, fitness, food, fashion for teens, toys, and wellness has global appeal. ”


SVGS is an investor partnership providing early-stage capital to entrepreneurs with developed business plans, complete products and most importantly, revenue derived from the market place. Investments are focused in the areas of expertise that include: Consumer E Commerce, SaaS enterprise, mobile, social, transactions / commerce business, subscription models, niche markets, lead generation business, dating, business to business solutions, and cross-border opportunities.




For additional information about this topic, please telephone Lee W. McNutt at (214) 537-9311 or email Will Bunker at