Stephan Aarstol is the entrepreneur behind Tower Paddle Boards, the stand up paddle board company that landed a deal with Mark Cuban on Shark Tank in 2012. Since the TV appearance & Cuban’s investment, Tower Paddle Boards. annual revenues have grown over 2500% — that is in the last years. Reporting $17 million in sales, Cuban has said Tower Paddle Boards is of his best Shark Tank investments.
They coupled those with a pair of coordinating, black trousers, & hid her eyes behind over-sized, black sun shades. Her long, raven tresses were worn in a middle part, & styled in a classy ponytail at the nape of her neck. They appeared to be in lovely spirits as they ventured to Oxnard along with her daughter’s oakley sunglasses cheap, as sons Mason,, & Reign,, were not photographed.
Tower Paddle Boards continues to grow by launching new products including Sun shades By Tower, a line of handcrafted wood wayfarer sun shades. Made with exotic hardwoods & polarized ultrasight lenses, the glasses come with a solid block carved sunglass case, & are on sale for $95 (originally $250). Other designs (Huntington, Trestles, Malibu, & San Miguels Wayfarers) are on sale for $59 (originally $120). Tower Paddle Boards will be featured on the Shark Tank spinoff, Beyond the Tank, which airs Thursdays at 8pm on ABC.
That sign, in case you couldn. t make it out, reads a??Trump Likes His Steak Well Done,a?? a reference to an article detailing Mr. Trump. s affinity for dry-aged bone-in ribeye massacred of all its goodness, an affinity which places Trump squarely among history. s greatest monsters. What makes this revelation all the more damaging is that Trump, apparently, one time marketed his own line of steaks.
Penelope wore a shimmery, orange top, sported underneath a stylish, black leather jacket with a fur-lined collar. The fashionable tot also donned a pair of black trousers, like her brother, & wore her blonde locks pulled back in to a ponytail.