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GoPro Founder Paid $229 Million to his College Roommate to Keep 10 Years Old Promise

GoPro Founder Paid $229 Million to his College Roommate to Keep 10 Years Old Promise

In : Celebrities By storytimes About :-2 years ago

GoPro Founder Paid $229 Million to his Roommate of College Time For the 10 Years Old Promise

You can't compare a big-hearted person to his wealth and this proved again by the founder and CEO of a multi-billionaire company GoPro named as Nick Woodman.

GoPro Founder Nick Woodman.

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At the start of this week, According to the Bloomberg, Nick paid 4.7 Million shares of GoPro that is approx 10% share, to his college roommate named as Neil Dana. Which is equal to the $229 Million in cash.

Check it out what Bloomberg said about the news below -

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This is the brave job done by Nick Woodman and he became the inspiration for many peoples who usually forget the lives after became richer.

GoPro Founder Nick Woodman paid out his 10 years old promise.

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The story of these two friends also describes the beautiful relationship of friendship.

GoPro Founder Paid $229 Million to his College Roommate to Keep 10 Years Old Promise