Mike Wolfe Net Worth is$3 Million
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What is Mike Wolfe's net worth? Mike Wolfe's net worth is $3 million dollars. Mike Wolfe began looking for antiques and other hidden treasures before he started elementary school. He first became fascinated with antique bikes, which led to a career in competitive racing and the opening of his own bike shop. He then began actively seeking out vintage bikes, and other vintage finds. He created his own traveling antiques company called Antique Archeology and began traveling around the country, looking for antiques and vintage pieces that went unrecognized by the average person. His reputation for finding hidden gems brought him to the attention of The History Channel. In 2010, he and his business partner, Frank Fritz, became the co-hosts of the series "American Picker", a documentary production that follows them around the country as they scour old shops, sheds, barns, and garage sales for antique finds. The show was a hit and is currently in its 3rd season.
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Team raising money for downtown Muncie mural
They have collaborated with Michael Wolfe, owner of the Walnut Street building, as well as the owners of the Mark III Taproom, to make this project a possibility. Wolfe originally had a plan to restore that south wall with brick. When the members of We ...
Posted: August 25, 2016, 2:04 pm
Joining gallon clubs were Karen Norton and Verleta Chubick, who achieved 1 gallon, and Mike Wolfe, who gave 17 gallons. First-time donor was Tim Baucom. Workers at the bloodmobile were Betty Davis, Barb Jennings, Marisue Lewis, Ilene Carter, Linda Hughes ...
Posted: August 25, 2016, 10:40 am
American Pickers Looking For Reasons To Pick The NEK
American Pickers’ Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz are hoping to travel to the Northeast Kingdom this fall to unearth finds for their popular History Channel show. According to Darcie McCann, executive director of the Northeast Kingdom Chamber, a ...
Posted: August 25, 2016, 3:58 am