Happy Fathers Day

Happy Fathers Day to my Dad.

Who is the most Eccentric, impossibly optimistic ( even when it defies all logic), creative, talented, spontaneous, ingenious and hard to reach on the phone 6 year old I have ever met.

Not many kids get to run companies with their Dads… I certainly didn’t mean to. And it wasn’t always easy (it was never easy) But it was great. I didn’t grow up with Dad around when I was little, but I grew because of him when I was older. Some of the things he did I didn’t always understand, but looking back a lot of it was for the best.

I am who I am today because of him, in business and in life. Even if I learned that by getting wasted with him on the lower east side, eating 4am baklava then going to a speakeasy to drink rum hidden through the back of a sandwich shop and both getting up to be fabulous at a 7am meeting.


He showed me a part of life I never thought I would experience, and we get closer every day. I never thought I would have the relationship I do now and am so grateful after going through so much together from tough times in the company, to the police showing up to get me in the Hamptons…¬†we can still come out the other side with smiles on our faces and knowing that it all brought us closer together

Happy Fathers day.




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