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Ronnie Creager

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Date of Birth January 14, 1974
Age 48 years, 9 months, 4 days
Place of Birth Orange
Country United States
Profession skateboarder
Horoscope Capricorn

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Ronnie Creager net worth, birthday, age, height, weight, wiki, fact 2021-22! In this article, we will discover how old is Ronnie Creager? Who is Ronnie Creager dating now & how much money does Ronnie Creager have?

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Ronnie Creager Biography

Ronnie Creager is a famous Skateboarder, who was born on January 14, 1974 in United States. Ronnie Aaron Creager (born January 14, 1974) is a “goofy-footed” American professional skateboarder from Orange, California. According to Astrologers, Ronnie Creager's zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Etcetera also sponsors a team that consists of Lizard King, Jordan Hoffart, Manny Santiago, Ronnie Creager, Morgan Smith, Marc Johnson, and Chase Gabor (Johnson was added to the team in September 2012). Creager starred in a commercial for Etcetera, filmed at and near his home in California, US, and the production was published on the Internet in February 2012.

Creager specializes in technical street skating and for more than twenty years his professional skateboard footage has frequently featured ledge structures (Creager produced a ledge skateboarding instructional video segment for TransWorld SKATEboarding magazine in 2011).

In July 2013, professional skateboarder Paul Rodriguez included Creager in his “top ten” list of favorite professional skateboarders. In addition to recommending Creager’s 1996 Trilogy video part, Rodriguez explained the selection on his personal website:

Ethnicity, religion & political views

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As of September 2013, Creager is sponsored by High School Dropout™, Etcetera Project, The Skateboard Club, Mob Grip and Keen Ramps.

Ronnie Creager Net Worth

Ronnie Creager is one of the richest Skateboarder & listed on most popular Skateboarder. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Ronnie Creager net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Ronnie Creager Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $1.5 Million
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Source of Income Skateboarder
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House Living in own house.

Creager launched a skateboard accessories brand in 2011, entitled “Etcetera”. According to the brand’s publicity, the company “is committed to creating and innovating new products for skateboarding.” As of September 2012, Etcetera produces the following accessories for the retail market: “Primo Insoles”, “Ankle Stabiliser”, “Lace Belt”, and the “Wall Ride” skateboard deck-storage device. Creager explained the idea behind the brand in a 2011 interview:

As of September 2013, Creager is sponsored by High School Dropout™, Etcetera Project, The Skateboard Club, Mob Grip and Keen Ramps.

Since 2011, Creager has become increasingly involved with The Berrics website that is owned by professional skateboarders Steve Berra and Eric Koston. In addition to being sponsored by the Berrics brand, Creager is often featured in the website’s video segments and on January 14, 2013, the website released a birthday video that featured Creager skating in the Berrics training facility.

Ronnie Creager Height

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In 2011, Creager revealed that he had been with the company for almost twenty years, stating that his entire skateboarding career has been devoted to the brand: “I’ve dedicated my whole skate career to Blind and stood behind the company in times of both good and bad but I’m confident that Blind will take care of me.”

The Blind company published a media release on March 13, 2014 stating that Creager had parted ways with the company. Creager’s future plan for a board sponsor was not included as part of the announcement. Creager is described as “a one of a kind inspiration to all of us at Blind, the team, everyone at Dwindle and skaters worldwide,” with “uncanny board control and effortless style,” whose “parts are timeless and serve as inspiration for skaters of all ages from every corner of the globe.” Speculation arose on the internet about whether Creager will join the Almost Skateboards team, as a photo of an Almost board is posted on Creager’s Facebook page on March 6, 2014.

Who is Ronnie Creager dating?

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It’s an accessories line designed to help keep skaters on their boards instead of nursing an injury. Ankle braces you can skate in, fully padded insoles and other products that I need to keep under wraps for a just little longer. It’s been in the works for a long time now. I just think it’s crazy that some of these ideas skaters come up with never get made, so that’s why we exist.

Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular Skateboarder. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Ronnie Creager celebrates birthday on January 14 of every year.

My neighbor Mike Skinner introduced skateboarding to me around the age of three. He basically brainwashed me as a small child by pushing me around on his board when my mind was just developing. My first real board was a Sure-Grip that belonged to my sister, but the one I remember the most from early on was a Ken Park. I had all the plastic accessories on it—plus Rip Grip and cut-up griptape in all different colors. But back then, the only things that mattered to me were the wheels. If I could roll, I was in business.

It was scary. At one point, I was the only rider on the team. I was worried. I had lost a sponsor before and knew how it felt, but this time was different: it wasn’t about getting kicked off—it was that the company might fall apart.

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