Alex Rincon, Jr., known by his friends as “Papu,” always knew he would start his own business someday. It wasn’t until after graduating from Carroll College in 2004, and managing multiple retail businesses, that his business idea began to take shape.
While attending Carroll, Rincon obtained a triple major, including a B.A. in Business Administration with a special interest in Marketing, Management and International Business; a B.A. in Spanish Language and Literature; and a Multi-Disciplinary major in Visual Arts with an interest in Graphic Design. In his spare time he enjoyed all that Montana had to offer, including snowboarding, hiking, fly fishing and much more. It was this love for Montana’s outdoors and lifestyle, along with his diverse scholastic background, that brought fourOsix to light.
In 2007, Rincon opened fourOsix in downtown Helena, a lifestyle and retail store that promotes art, music, style, forward thinking and Montana living. The name “four0six”... Read More