Aaron Kyro started brailleskateboarding.com in 2007 when he first saw friends and people in the industry working really hard to make awesome skateboard videos and then having a hard time marketing and selling the videos through local shops and on the internet. He wanted to create a way for them to be able to sell an unlimited amount of videos without having to deal with expensive DVD reproduction and ground mail distribution. So brailleskateboarding.com started offering some of the first ever Skateboard digital video downloads for ipods, computers, and other devices at the time. He then began working together with Skateboard video makers to provide their projects to as many different people as possible. This was and is the original purpose and mission statement of braille skateboarding.
He then started his own YouTube channel, Braille Skateboarding, which has steadily grown to over 3 million subscribers with over 40 million monthly views, a second channel, Braille Army, and several official Braille Skateboarding translated channels. The purpose of the company has evolved with a mission to push skateboarding all over the world. They do this through teaching people how to skateboard and supporting beginner and amateur skaters to get their work featured and recognized.