Barry Weiss of Storage Wars, attended his first storage unit auction more than 40 years ago. He has been collecting antiques since he was 15 years of age. For him, buying remains a hobby; nevertheless, it is one that he is good at. His knowledge of classic cars, war relics, plus anything in between seems to be paying off in the second season of Storage Wars. As it stands today, Barry is making $4.32 profit on every dollar he spent in the show. This of course is only second to Dave Hester “The Mogul” on the show.
Since Barry does not own a store like Dave Hester, Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schultz, he often looks for just a single or a number of collector’s items that he can keep or trade. This is why he is known as “The Collector” on this show and is among the better financed characters on the show as well. Now, Barry should not be confused with another individual that bears the same name who is well known in the music/entertainment industry. This person is currently the Chairman and CEO of Island Def Jam as well as Universal Motown Republic. Therefore, they are two completely different people and should not be confused as one and the same person like many people have been doing online.
Okay, so back to Barry Weiss of Storage Wars. Barry in true fashion is someone who believes in doing things out-of-the-box. He has employed all sorts of tactics against the competition in this A&E reality TV show. From making use of psychics to night vision goggles, Barry is unique in his own way and brings a different approach to buying storage unit items. Barry Weiss Storage Wars Glasses should be sold online to those who like his unique look 🙂 Anyway, you can watch the show to pick up a tip or two from him on how to be yourself while having fun making money.
The important thing for many people watching this show will be to see more of those off-the-wall things that made viewers eagerly watch this show during the first season. For some, this could be the thrill of finding treasure hidden within the storage unit contents, while for others, it may be seeing the relationship and conflict that exist between the four characters as they compete to out-do one another in buying the contents of auctioned self storage units. Whatever the case may be, Storage Wars has been successful in getting a large audience to watch it. What is now left to be seen is will the excitement continue to captivate people in season two. Barry is certainly an interesting and very likeable person. Good luck to Barry in Season two!