Brett Raymer Biography, Age, Wife, Engaged, Trisha Marie, Tanked And Net Worth

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Brett Raymer Biography

Brett Raymer is an American businessman and Tv personality popular for the Animal Planet’s reality show, Tanked.  He is best Known for his confidence and ability to bring in new customers, he is the current COO of ATM.  Tanked is known for its exclusive coverage of the operations of Las Vegas-based aquariums manufacturing organization Acrylic Tank Manufacturing.With one half of the organization’s ownership being in American entrepreneur Wayde King’s side, Brett holds remaining half of the ownership.

Brett Raymer
Brett Raymer
Brett Raymer

Brett Raymer Age

Brett was born on October 25, 1969 in Brooklyn, New York. He is 49 years old as of 2018.

 Brett Raymer Trisha Chamberlain

Brett is currently engaged to his girlfriend,Trisha Marie. The couple began dating back in 2011, and after six years of relationship, the couple got engaged in 2017. Brett set a surprise party for her girlfriend at the same place, where the they  first dated and proposed her in a special ceremony in 2017. He  also surprised his fiancee gathering his family and friends during the ceremony. In front of all his friends and family member, he proposed the love of his life with a diamond ring. The ceremony was televised in the Animal Planet Channel in December 2017.

Brett Raymer Wife |Is Brett Raymer Married

Brett was married before to  his ex-wife Lisa Bradford. He shares two beautiful kids from his marriage with Bradford: a son named Bryce and a daughter named Kayla. He often mentions his children on his social media accounts. One such instance was on 14 May 2017 when he wished his daughter, Kayla Michelle on her 19th birthday. Brett flaunted the unceasing love for his daughter via an alluring Twitter caption.

Back on 20 December 2013, Brett tweeted a birthday wish to his son, Bryce, mentioning that it was seven years ago when the second most amazing thing happened to him as his son took his first step in the world. His ex-wife, Melissa also wished to her son replying to Brett’s tweet. The reason for their divorce is not known however, it seems like Brett and Melissa ended on good terms.

Brett Raymer Tanked

Brett is the COO of Acrylic Tank Manufacturing (ATM), and you couldn’t build a tank big enough to hold his larger-than-life ideas and personality. Brett created the opportunity to help his family create their tank-building dream in Las Vegas. Wayde and Brett began the company before Wayde and Heather were married and the company is still thriving. Brett is known for his ability to wheel and deal and his somewhat impulsive confidence.  He has brought Wayde some of his most loyal clients. Though some days Wayde wishes Brett would slow down, Brett  believes that if you can dream it, ATM can build it. He said seeing the face of someone enjoying a tank is priceless.

Today, his tank manufacturing company stands as one of the biggest in the US, with clientele spread across the country and beyond. The company’s annual sales are close to $10 million according to authoritative source. The company has various roles distributed among the partners, with Wayde as the CEO, while his wife is the company’s accountant.

While growing up, he went to Abraham Lincoln High School in Brooklyn. Brett excelled in athletics including tennis, football and swimming. Now, Brett prefers sports from the sidelines, bringing his years of experience and enthusiasm to his daughter’s volleyball team, which he coaches.

Brett Raymer TV show ‘Tanked’

The beginning of the reality program ‘Tanked’ on Animal Planet boosted Wayde and Brett’s business, helping to protect the company’s image as an authority in large scale aquariums. The program can be described as an ultimate success with local and international audiences.

This reality program showcase the activities of ATM and their various projects.  It also serves as a real marketing channel for the company to market their rare quality tanks for corporate and personal needs. It debuted with a season of six episodes in 2011, and had its season 15 and 10 episodes televised from December 2018, revealing comedian Tracy Morgan’s Giant Shark Tank is one of many exciting storylines; another season is expected to follow in 2019.

The  show is largely successful because of high-quality programming and storylines that the audience could relate to without a problem. The story lines are not strictly about fish and aquariums  the theme each project offers is appealing to the audience. Each season treats a specific project which shows teamwork in the area of planning, problem-solving and how they can manage available resources to achieve a set goal in the end.

Brett Raymer Net Worth

Brett has an estimated net worth of $5 million. Being a businessman and COO of Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, Brett has successfully made good fortune and has maintained a good lifestyle.

Brett is famous for Animal Planet’s reality TV show, Tanked. He is also a producer as well as an actor who has worked in shows like America’s Cutest and Home & Family.

Brett Raymer Local Doughnut Shop

Raymer recently became a partner in local doughnut shop chain Donut Mania. Since becoming involved, he’s expanded Donut Mania to four locations, with plans for 10 more in the next three years.

 Raymer interview about aquariums, TV, doughnuts and other plans for the future.

Review-Journal: How did you end up turning an aquarium business into a TV series?

Raymer: When the economy was bad, and things weren’t going good in my life, I used to watch “Orange County Choppers.” And I used to come in to these guys and say ‘Dude, we could be on TV right now. These guys from “Orange County Choppers “aren’t really that funny. They’re just kind of abusive to each other. But they make a great product and turn motorcycles into rocket ships. We could turn fish tanks into rocket ships.

Raymer:So I went out to the UNLV film school and found a professor who showed me the ropes on how to do it. And it took me three years to film the pilot. And we shopped it. And here we are nine years later.

Review-Journal:You don’t produce the show yourself. Are you comfortable with how you’re portrayed on the air?

Raymer:I love what (the producers) do. The show is not scripted. Everything that comes out of my mouth, comes out of my mouth.

When we first got the show started, we had Animal Planet producers. And I make fun of Wayde a lot, but I don’t really ever call him fat. I use other terminology with food, and this and that. But I don’t call him fat. And they came to me in the beginning and said ‘You really need to stop with the fat jokes.’ And I said ‘I’m not going to stop. Did you ever watch “Sanford and Son”? Did Fred ever stop calling Lamont dummy? That’s the exact same reason I’m never going to stop with Wayde. That’s just who we are.’ This show is genuine.

Review-Journal:Do you have a favorite tank or tanks that you’ve created over the years?

Raymer:My favorite tanks are the ones we do on the show, because I get to see the client’s reaction. We send out thousands of aquariums a year, and never get to see the client. But when we make something spectacular (on the show), and I see the face on that kid or that family member who’s been waiting for the aquarium for a long time, that makes it special.

Review-Journal:You have hundreds of tanks in Las Vegas, and even provide visitors to your factory with a map of where to find many of them. If you had to choose three to send people to see, what would they be?

Raymer:The first one I’d send them to would be my Summerlin doughnut shop. Obviously I want them to see my shop.

And they haven’t seen (that tank) on television yet. I would probably also send them to the Silverton casino, the Bass Pro Shops. We installed the windows in there. And then I would probably send them to one or two local restaurants (that have our aquariums).

Probably Rollin Smoke or Crab Corner, because I like the food there. Plus, it gives them the chance to get some local food, to support some local businesses, and see some of our aquariums.

Review-Journal:What got you into the doughnut business?

Raymer:I’ve been doing this for 22 years now. I wrote the show nine years ago. I wanted some excitement in my life. I’d gotten to the point where this business was monotonous.

Review-Journal:How do you bring your creativity into Donut Mania’s products?

I’m not the actual baker … but I’m a social media guru. I’m all over social media. I’ve checked out every doughnut company. I’m getting ideas, and we’re putting different twists on them. It might be something in another country I bring back to my partner. We want to create excitement, and that’s what I’m all about.

Review-Journal:There was also talk of you opening a full restaurant. What’s the status?

Raymer:The restaurant is 100 percent going to happen, and it’s going to happen on Las Vegas Boulevard. The funding didn’t happen as quickly as I thought. Our first restaurant is going to open in Minnesota, hopefully by the end of 2018, or if not, the beginning of 2019. And then sometime toward the end of 2019 we’re slated to open on Las Vegas Boulevard.

Review-Journal:Personal Motto?

Raymer:Fail to plan, plan to fail.

Everyday ritual?

Raymer:I wake up and jump out of bed immediately, get dressed and go right to work.


Raymer:A dog, Bailey, and American bulldog. She was born on St. Patrick’s Day. And fish.


Raymer:Sports memorabilia. Anything I can get athletes or celebrities to sign.

Review-Journal:Food I could eat every day?

Raymer:Chicken parm. I love chicken parm.

Adopted from:www.reviewjournal

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