Phil Robertson Net Worth is$5 Million
Phil Robertson Net Worth is $5 Million. Phil Robertson is an American hunting enthusiast, businessman and reality television star with a net worth of $5 million. Phil is the patri...[read more]http://www.richestnetworth.com/phil-robertson-net-worth/
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Phil Robertson is an American hunting enthusiast, businessman and reality television star with a net worth of $5 million. Phil is the patriarch of the Robertson family which owns and operates a multi-million dollar hunting accessory company called Duck Commander. Phil Robertson attended Louisiana Tech where he was the starting quarterback and star of the football team. He actually started ahead of future NFL hall of famer Terry Bradshaw. Upon graduation Phil had the option to play football professionally but declined because he didn't want to miss duck hunting season. In 1973 Phil invented the Duck Commander Duck Call which eventually became the gold standard duck whistle among professional hunters. He owns and operates the business alongside his four sons, and wife Kay who have all helped turn Duck Commander into the multi million dollar business it is today. The family and business are so popular that they now have their very own reality show on A&E called Duck Dynasty which airs Wednesdays at 10pm. During the 10 week duck hunting season, Phil has a tradition of not showering or shaving ever to bring him luck. Other Duck Commander Stars: Willie Robertson Net Worth
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Democratic Governments Criticize Deathblow To Cambodia's Opposition Party, But Few Yet Take Action
Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director for Human Rights Watch, urged European countries as well as Japan, which have economic ties in Cambodia, to take stronger actions individually, rather than rely on the EU response. “The time for behind closed doors ...
Posted: November 22, 2017, 3:01 am
China backs Cambodia over crackdown on opposition
“If the individual does not give up the stance or plan, we will take action,” he said. Phil Robertson, deputy director of Human Rights Watch’s Asia division, said the threats are part of a broader government “plan” to crackdown on dissent.
Posted: November 21, 2017, 5:57 pm
Fake News Sparks Buddhist And Muslim Extremists Clash In Sri Lanka—Is This Asia's Next Conflict?
in both Sri Lanka and Myanmar,” Phil Robertson, deputy director of Human Rights Watch’s Asia division, told Newsweek. “The hard-liners in these two countries have forged a mutual admiration and support network for their intolerance that occasionally ...
Posted: November 21, 2017, 9:25 am