On Tuesday night, Storage Wars star Rene Nezhoda shared a message for fans after a long day of filming a brand new episode of the hit A&E series.
The newest season of Storage Wars is currently underway after premiering in early November. It’s the 13th season of the popular reality series based on storage unit auctions in California. The fan-favorite series debuted on A&E back in 2010 and has been going strong ever since. In fact, the show has been so successful, multiple spinoffs in different states have been produced by the network.
However, the original Storage Wars will always be king. From auctioneers Dan and Laura Dotson to buyers like Barry Weiss, Brandi Passante, Darrell Sheets, and Rene Nezhoda, viewers can’t seem to get enough of the personalities on the show. So fans will be excited to see the upcoming episodes Nezhoda mentioned filming all day long today.
Nezhoda told his fans on Instagram that he just got done filming for the last 11 hours of the day. However, he still had plenty to do since he and his wife own their own second-hand store. Evidently, they get tons of eBay orders, so he was in their shop getting ready to pack some up and ship them out soon. He also told fans to make sure to tune into the new episode of Storage Wars tonight, and shared that his daughter would be making an appearance.
“Hey guys, been filming all day today. It’s been going on for like 11 hours. I can barely see straight anymore,” Nezhoda joked before promoting tonight’s new episodes.
“All new Storage Wars at 9pm we have been filming all day,” Rene wrote on his Instagram video post.
‘Storage Wars’ Star Hits the Jackpot After Spending $1,500 on This Unit
A few weeks ago, the Nezhoda family showed off a storage locker they purchased separate from their time on Storage Wars. As mentioned, the family owns their own business, so they don’t just hunt bargains on the popular A&E series.
This particular storage unit ended up being a steal for Rene after he dished out $1,500 to own its contents. The locker had mostly been cleared out, but they left dozens of sneakers, hats, and sports jerseys in it that made it worth much more than Nezhoda paid for it. There were tons of valuable sneakers that ranged from brand new to lightly worn, and most were still in their original box. They included numerous Air Jordans, Nike Air Max, Nike LeBrons, Nike Kyries, and many more.
In total, Rene and his daughter counted 54 boxes of sneakers, which equals big money. The Storage Wars star gave a very conservative estimate and said he valued the whole unit at more than $5,000. If Nezhoda took the time to price each one accordingly, he’ll make hundreds if not thousands more on his investment. They hit the jackpot indeed with that storage unit.