The five-member comedy and sports team known as Dude Perfect to their 58+ million YouTube subscribers have announced their next goal. The construction of the new Dude Perfect headquarters will be a “family-friendly” entertainment destination.
Variety reports that the two have been working on the project with San Antonio, Texas-based Overland Partners for over a year.
The new three-story headquarters building includes a 330-foot “Trickshot Tower,” Dude Perfect Museum, mini-golf, merchandise stores, restaurants and two acres of outdoor space.
The facility could cost as much as $100 million to build, the group told the Dallas Morning News.
At present, the opening date of the new facility is undecided. Tyler, co-founder and owner of Dude Perfect, his Tony, Garrett Hilbert, Cody Jones, and twins Cory Cotton and Coby Cotton, according to Sports Business Journal, have worked in several different cities, including Los Angeles and Atlanta. I am selling this project.
As CBN News reported, the Frisco, Texas-based group has amassed billions of views on YouTube and tens of millions of followers to help craft the perfect shot. resulting in a dedicated multi-million dollar empire.
The five men also reveal their faith-based purpose on their website.
“But there’s more to Dude Perfect than just having fun. We aim to give back, spread joy, and give glory to Jesus Christ.” they say.
The five friends who build baskets on Goodyear blimps, fly with the Blue Angels and eat cereal-like dog food are the second highest-paid YouTube stars on the planet, with nearly $2,000 in 2021. I’m making millions of dollars.
The former Texas A&M roommate posted his first trick shot in 2009. Currently, the group has more than 58 million subscribers and views he has reached nearly 15 billion.
They tweeted a video showing an animation of the proposed facility.
“The Future of Dude Perfect Coming Soon:
- 330ft Trickshot Tower
- crazy mini golf
- trick shot town
- Dude Perfect Museum
- 2 acres of outdoor space
- Goods store, restaurant, etc.
And that’s just the beginning. “
The Future of Dude Perfect Coming Soon:
▫️ 330ft trick shot tower
▫️ Crazy Mini Golf
▫️ Trick Shot Town
▫️ Dude Perfect Museum
▫️2 acres of outdoor space
▫️ Goods store, restaurant, etc.
And that’s just the beginning. pic.twitter.com/VwkH3SRzdo
— Dude Perfect (@DudePerfect) September 26, 2022
As CBN News reports, Dude Perfect fans have found that getting the shot isn’t easy, and that the five guys aren’t always perfect.
But it’s not just any trick shot. They also perfected game shows and helicopter battles and incorporated stereotypes in their videos.
The dynamics behind these guys can be amazing. “Even if you lose everything tomorrow,” said Garrett Hilbert of Dude Perfect. “it doesn’t matter.”
“We know that the most important thing we have is Jesus,” he said in the official Dude Perfect documentary.
They’re also in the business of giving back by granting dozens of wishes to children at the Make-A-Wish Foundation in less than four years.
“Once you see these kids and what they’re going through,” Dude Perfect’s Tyler Toney said, “it’s very simple.
“Knowing that you have the ability to bring a little bit of hope to them is such an easy lift for us,” Tony said.
This included a pit stop for the nation’s first live tour of 2019, visiting children with cancer and detouring the tour bus to bring Meyer, a 6-year-old fan who was diagnosed with leukemia. did.
“Lord, we are just praying for Meyer. ‘I really appreciate the opportunity to be with him and his family,'” he said, adding, “We love you so much and Thank you Jesus for Meyer,” he added.
The guys on YouTube don’t always wear their Christian faith, but if you look closely, you can see that they have their Christian faith embedded in almost everything they do.
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