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Steelers star receiver Antonio Brown is going fishing

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
| Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, 1:59 p.m.
Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown poses with Wayde King and Brett Raymer in front of the finished tank. King and Raymer, co-owners of Las Vegas-based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, are one of the country's most successful builders of acquariums. Brown will featured on TANKED's premiere episode at 9 p.m. Oct. 6 where King and Raymer will create a 15-foot-long tank for the athlete.
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Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown poses with Wayde King and Brett Raymer in front of the finished tank. King and Raymer, co-owners of Las Vegas-based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, are one of the country's most successful builders of acquariums. Brown will featured on TANKED's premiere episode at 9 p.m. Oct. 6 where King and Raymer will create a 15-foot-long tank for the athlete.
Antonio Brown, along with Wayde King and Brett Raymer, co-owners of Las Vegas-based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, one of the country's most successful builders of acquariums, pose for the camera after a tour of the cool office and some of the other awesome spots inside the Steelers star wide receiver's house. Brown will featured on TANKED's premiere episode at 9 p.m. Oct. 6 where King and Raymer will create a 15-foot-long tank for the athlete.
Animal Planet
Antonio Brown, along with Wayde King and Brett Raymer, co-owners of Las Vegas-based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, one of the country's most successful builders of acquariums, pose for the camera after a tour of the cool office and some of the other awesome spots inside the Steelers star wide receiver's house. Brown will featured on TANKED's premiere episode at 9 p.m. Oct. 6 where King and Raymer will create a 15-foot-long tank for the athlete.
Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown poses with Wayde King and Brett Raymer in front of the finished tank. King and Raymer, co-owners of Las Vegas-based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, are one of the country's most successful builders of acquariums. Brown will featured on TANKED's premiere episode at 9 p.m. Oct. 6 where King and Raymer will create a 15-foot-long tank for the athlete. King and Raymer have scored a touchdown with this tank.
Animal Planet
Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown poses with Wayde King and Brett Raymer in front of the finished tank. King and Raymer, co-owners of Las Vegas-based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, are one of the country's most successful builders of acquariums. Brown will featured on TANKED's premiere episode at 9 p.m. Oct. 6 where King and Raymer will create a 15-foot-long tank for the athlete. King and Raymer have scored a touchdown with this tank.
The whole team lends a hand to getting this monster tank of the truck and onto the forklift. Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown teamed with Wayde King and Brett Raymer to create a 15-foot-long tank.
King and Raymer, co-owners of Las Vegas-based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, are one of the country's most successful builders of acquariums. Brown will featured on TANKED's premiere episode at 9 p.m. Oct. 6.
Animal Planet
The whole team lends a hand to getting this monster tank of the truck and onto the forklift. Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown teamed with Wayde King and Brett Raymer to create a 15-foot-long tank. King and Raymer, co-owners of Las Vegas-based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, are one of the country's most successful builders of acquariums. Brown will featured on TANKED's premiere episode at 9 p.m. Oct. 6.

Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown has teamed with Wayde King and Brett Raymer of Animal Planet's "Tanked" to create a 15-foot-long fish tank in his home.

King and Raymer are co-owners of Las Vegas-based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, which builds enormous and elaborate tanks and aquariums for celebrities, hotels and casinos, businesses and homeowners across the country.

Brown will featured on the season premiere of "Tanked" at 9 p.m. Oct. 6. Brown's aquarium holds more than 650 gallons of water and is filled with emperor fish, clown trigger fish, and snowflake eel.

The design also includes the team's colors of black and gold, as well as a Steelers log0, Brown's initials and his number 84 and famous sayings "Defeat the Odds," "Business is Boomin'" and "Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like AB."

Brown also enlisted King and Raymer to help craft a touchdown celebration dance for the next time Brown makes it into the end zone — hopefully on Oct. 8 against Jacksonville Jaguars at Heinz Field.

King and Raymer take on more than 200 projects every year with tanks ranging from 50 to five million gallons.

Details: animalplanet.com

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review and Valley News Dispatch staff writer. Reach her at 724-853-5062 or jharrop@tribweb.com or via Twitter @Jharrop_Trib.

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