What's The Latest Scoop On Limo Bob?

Posted on January 31, 2014

TREASURE ISLAND, Fla. -- Robert Strauser's fingers lumbered across his laptop keyboard under the weight of 12 chunky diamond and gold rings. He wore 33 pounds of gold chains, dark sunglasses, a black Fedora, snakeskin boots. He'd brushed Just for Men, dark brown, into his skinny boxed beard.

Limo Bob, as he likes to be called, was attempting to connect online by Skype with a reality show producer.

Tampa Bay Times article here

See Limo Bob quotes in February issue of LCT Magazine coming next week.

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Alan

     | about 4 years ago

    I've known LB for almost 10 years and he's a great guy and met some of the family too years ago and they always have something going on, which is what entrepreneurs do all the time. They have to be doing something or they're bored as I have seen with 1000s of like minded individuals who have large followings of fans. As the story goes and so many stories like his...its not easy sometimes but persistence pays and you gotta keep rollin like the soul train and always change your approaches. From what I heard he is getting ready for personal appearances and public speaking events and even an autobiography and movie about his life and even a nationwide limo bob show tour coming up. Best of luck to him and the fam with lotsa luv

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