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How'd he get so rich? From rolling papers to coffee roasting, Robert Stiller was co-founder of EZ Wider, which he sold in 1980 for $3 million. He then started Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, which has financially outperformed Starbucks over the past decade. He is not only the richest man in Burlington, but the richest man in the Green Mountain State.
Learn more about Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR).