He also used to own a restaurant.
Until last year, Colton could also boast restaurateur among his titles. He bought his sports bar, 4th and Goal, in 2016, but sold it in 2018 for an undisclosed sum so he could focus more on his charity (and finding love, natch). The joint has since been renamed Brickhouse BBQ.
“He’s been busy with his foundation and couldn’t get back much,’ new owner Sherrie Lucas told the Peoria Journal-Star. “So we talked him into selling it to us.”
Still, Colton’s net worth is nothing to sneeze at.
Even if he didn’t get to play in a game and is more dedicated to giving money away to those in need than making it for himself (he doesn’t claim a salary from his foundation), Colton’s doing OK for himself.
He will likely earn at least $100,000 for his role as The Bachelor, and let’s not forget the lucrative Instagram endorsements in his future. And that amount can only increase if his season creates enough buzz to keep his celebrity going. But given what an altruistic sweetie he is, we’re willing to bet all Colton cares about is getting his foundation’s name out there.
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