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Dan Caldwell


Entrepreneur who’s known for having founded the TapouT sports activities apparel and add-ons organization. He co-founded the business in 1997 alongside Charles Lewis, Jr. and Tim Katz. In 2007, he reported the business having a income exceeding $22.5 million. He and his two co-founders started selling mixed fighting techinques clothing from the trunk of his Ford Mustang in 1997. He offers offered as the sponsor from the TapouT radio display on Sirius XM Radio. He made an appearance in the 2011 film Warrior alongside Nick Nolte and Joel Edgerton. That same yr, he offered the brand to Authentic Brands Group as the chief executive TapouT. He was created and elevated in San Bernardino, California. In 2015, the chairman and CEO from the WWE Vince McMahon announced a collaboration with Authentic Brands Group to relaunch TapouT.

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Full Name Dan Caldwell
Date Of Birth May 27, 1971
Died March 15, 2015, Tiburon, California, United States
Place Of Birth San Bernardino, CA
Profession Entrepreneur
Nationality American
Movies Street
Star Sign Gemini

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