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This thread may come out wrong, but i have always been curious of this...
4 years ago, at age 18, I was honored to have the opportunity of starting Dive Zero Magazine/TV.
You have to agree that scuba diving has a lot less younger people than other sports. Scuba diving's average age is 36, and i have only came across a few divers out there who have started companies in their teens/early 20's.
I am just curious as to how old everyone was when they started getting involved in scuba diving or when they started a dive shop, company, etc...
I bought a scuba company in Chicago at the age of 21. Now i'm 23. Before that i owned and ice cream truck fleet which i started all by my self. That is how i earned the money to purchase a store. I also some other companies. Here is my store site BerryDiveCenter dotcom. Who did you site DiveZero? very good site!