Josh Rodarmel is an entrepreneur who is the co-founder and CEO at 4×400, which is a modern-day holding company that provides consumer goods. He came in limelight after getting married to golfer Natalie Gulbis.
Let's look at some interesting and unknown facts about Rodarmel:
Net Worth: $5 million
Rodarmel is a multi-millionaire businessman, who has an estimated net worth of $5 million. He makes his huge amount of revenue through his business. He is an operating partner at Common Thread Collective and CEO of 4×400. He was also the owner of Power Balance, LLC with his brother Troy Rodarmel.
Likewise, his wife, Natalie Gulbis has an approximate net worth of $6 million. She is a professional golfer, former reality TV star, and television personality. She earned $5 million from her LPGA tour.
The CEO of 4×400 Josh Rodarme and his wife has been living in a lavish house in Newport Beach, California, which they bought for $1.4 million. The property has a high-quality facility include three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room with a fireplace, and more.
Sold House of 2,200 sq. feet
Before purchasing a house off Newport Beach house, he was the owner of house Dana Point which was 2,200 sq. feet. This house sold in $714,000.
Wife - Natalie Gulbis
Rodarmal met his wife, Natalie Gulbis in his company Power Balance where his future wife was affiliated with his company as an endorsement. Then they came close as a friend, soon they turn their friendship in love. The couple tied the knot on December 23, 2013, just after five-month of the engagement. They didn't share children yet.
Sacrifices of Natalie Gulbis
As the couple is expecting to have the children and making their happy family life. In the New York Times interview, she said, she is happier to retire from professional golfing if she became pregnant. On January 23, 2020. Natalie announced that she would retire after the 2020 LPGA Tour season. However, there is no information about their baby.
Josh Rodarmel's Power Balance Technologies Inc. company which Josh runs with his brother, Troy Rodarmel. The company filed for bankruptcy and agreed to a $57 million settlement over a class-action suit claiming the company has misted consumers.
Alma Maters - Education
He attended Mission Viejo High School where he was captained of the football team and was CIF Champion in 2001 and 2002. Later, Josh completed his high school in southern California. He went to Yale University from where he holds the degree of BA in Political Science and Spanish and also joined the football team.
Rodarmel began his career as co-founder of Power Balance Technologies Inc., which perform selling holographic wristbands trusted by athletes worldwide. Then, in 2011, he joined Bright Pink as a board member where he served until April 2016. Today, he is CEO at 4×400 and as an operating partner at Common Thread Collective.
Active on Social Media
Josh Rodarmel is quite active on social sites. He has Instagram and Twitter where he has 326 followers on Twitter and his Instagram account has been kept private.