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Terry Emmert Wiki/Biography
Terry W. Emmert is a businessman from Clackamas, Oregon, born in 1944, and is best known to the world for bringing an American Football franchise to Portland, as he was the owner of the Portland Thunder that was part of the Arena Football League from 2013 to 2015, and was also the owner of the Portland Chinooks, a basketball team that competed in the International Basketball League from 2004 to 2014. Furthermore, he is the founder and owner of an engineering and transport service company – Emmert International. His exact birth date is unknown in the media.
Have you ever wondered how rich Terry Emmert is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Emmert’s net worth is as high as $200 million, an amount earned through his successful business career, which has been active since the ‘60s.
Terry Emmert Net Worth $200 Million
Little is known about Terry’s roots and growing up in the whole. He went to Central Catholic High School, from which he matriculated in 1962.
Soon afterwards, Terry started pursuing his business career by starting Emmert International. While the rapid urban expansion of the ‘60s lasted, Terry began purchasing homes from properties that were meant for commercial development, and relocated them to undeveloped properties he had previously acquired. Little by little his firm was growing in size, more so as he invented a revolutionary dolly and jacking system. This just propelled him to stardom, and made his company more successful, which only increased his wealth. From a small company that served for house building and relocation, his firm became one of the largest in the heavy haul industry. Since its inception, Emmert International has worked on several notable projects, including Howard Hughes’ Spruce Goose Airplane, then 3.2 million-pound brick Fairmount Hotel, The Hubble Telescope, and many other projects. Nowadays, his Emmert International is a part of the Emmert Industrial Corporation.
Since his teen years, Terry has been a sports fan. He wanted to bring minor league basketball to Portland, and he bought Portland Chinokos, which competed in the International Basketball League from 2004 to 2014. Terry had problems Portland’s Eastmoreland Racquet Club members, since he wanted his team to play its home games there, but couldn’t reach an agreement, and his team played home games in several different venues, including Rose Garden, and Eastmoreland Courts.
Even before buying Portland Chinokos, Terry sought his way into basketball; he and Clyde Drexler wanted to buy the WNBA franchise Portland Fire, however, they couldn’t find the same language with WNBA and Paul Allen, who was the team’s chairman.
In 2013 he bought the folded football team Milwaukee Mustangs, and relocated the team to Portland, naming them the Portland Thunder. The following year, his team started competing in the Arena Football League, with a debut against the San Jose SaberCats. Subsequently his team reached the play-offs in both years of its existences. Starting in 2016, it was announced that the league has been in talks with Emmert to take over the Portland Thunder. The operation was finished later that year, and his team ceased to exist, though he trademarked logos, name and jersey colors.
The league created a new franchise, the Portland Steel, which soon folded.
He is still the owner of the Portland Thunder name and can take his team to another league, including Indoor Football League, but his further actions are yet to be discovered.
Regarding his personal life, Terry has a son and a daughter, but details of the relationship(s) that produced them are unknown.
|Full Name||Terry Emmert|
|Net Worth||$200 Million|
|Date Of Birth||1944|
|Place Of Birth||Clackamas, Oregon|
|Education||Central Catholic High School|
|Children||Christine Vessey, Terry Michael Emmert|