Sep 28, 2019
Imagine being a basketball fan. Now imagine growing up and BUYING your hometown’s NBA franchise.
Tilman Fertitta is the star of his own reality TV show “Billion Dollar Buyer” on CNBC, and sole owner of the NBA’s Houston Rockets, Golden Nugget Casinos, and 600 other properties under Fertitta Entertainment. He is a Houston Native, accomplished businessman, and recognized as a world leader in the dining hospitality, entertainment and gaming industries, and is often referred to as, “the world’s richest restaurateur.”
Fertitta owns more than 600 properties in 36 states and in over 15 countries. He is also one of the largest employers in the nation, with more than 60,000 employees. His restaurants include Mastro’s Steakhouse and Ocean Club, Morton’s Steakhouse, Vic & Anthony’s, Bubba Gump Shrimp Company, Dos Caminos, Joe’s Crab Shack, and more.
He’s joining us in just a few minutes to talk about his new book, “Shut Up and Listen: Hard Business Truths That will Help You Succeed” In the book he talks about what he did to turn a $6,000 business loan into a billion dollar empire. He’s joining us in just a few minutes.
There’s still time to pre-order “Fantastic Deals and Where to Find Them” on Amazon. You can put in bit.ly/RBfantasticdeals or just head over to amazon and search for the title. The paperback will be available possibly by the time you hear this and the kindle version will drop on Sep 30. I tell you how I get thousands of deals in my inbox every week. I don’t hold anything back -- and it’s just $3.99. There’s nothing out there like it for the price. We have a piece on our home page about finding deals as well. You can check that out at RogerBlankenship.com. Just scroll to the bottom of the page.
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