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Moving easily between the ramp and the boardroom, Tony currently runs one of the most acclaimed action sports companies, a clothing line, and video game series bearing his name that has sold over $1 billion worldwide, making it the biggest selling action sports game franchise in game history. He has secured endorsement deals with major brands such as McDonalds, Intel, T-Mobile and Kohl's; started the Boom Boom HuckJam action sports tour; and achieved worldwide acclaim from the ESPN X Games.
Filled with Tony's typical modesty and humor, How Did I Get Here? tells the amazing story behind Tony Hawk's unprecedented success from skateboarder to CEO, and the secrets behind his lasting appeal. You'll find out how authenticity has served him well in all his achievements. You'll also understand how his story has shaped many of his fundamental values, including his huge desire to win and his strong sense of realism.
Get the inside story of Tony Hawk beyond the skateboard as he answers the question: How Did I Get Here?
Amazon Exclusive: Q&A with Author Tony Hawk
Photos of Tony Hawk
Cutting the ceremonial ribbon to open the Compton Skatepark, a special project funded in part by the Tony Hawk Foundation.
These are some of the kids who directly benefit from the work of The Tony Hawk Foundation.
Jesse Fritsch and Tony hosting Demolition Radio from his in-house studio.
Tony getting first crack at a new skatepark opened in Nederlander, CO.
I recently purchased a book through Amazon.com. I received the book promptly and received up to date details about the sale and the posting of the book. Read morePublished on November 12, 2011 by gillianj
great book on enterpreneurship, how he does his licensing deals, cautionary tales on how to NOT get a deal done. simple and easy read, wont crack your brain.Published on September 14, 2011 by Stephen K. Mbugua
Having read Occupation Skateboarder and thoroughly enjoyed it this is a great gap filler for anybody interested in knowing how Tony developed his empire and the hiccups and luck... Read morePublished on February 10, 2011 by Grimace
Having two sons who used to watch that awful show, Jackass, I know who Tony Hawk is, and can understand how he's become such an icon in both sports and entertainment. Read morePublished on February 6, 2011 by Amy Henry