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Anthony D. Pretto
Anthony Pretto has been a part of his family business, Kobey’s Swap Meet, for as long as he can remember. He started out as an infant in ads the family ran right after he was born. Anthony currently works at Kobey’s full-time as the operations manager and advertising director. His parents, Kimberly and Charles Pretto, serve as the company’s president and vice president, respectively. He’s 26. As children, Anthony and his sister Liza Pretto, were used in Kobey’s early advertising campaigns on billboards and TV commercials.
Pretto attended Francis Parker School where he played high school football. The school won a CIF Championship his senior year. Recently he coached the school’s JV offensive line for the football team, in addition to school and work. After he graduated from Francis Parker High School in 2006, he decided to take a role in the business after spending the summer working there. Anthony has recently become engaged and plans to be married in 2015. He is committed to the continued growth and improvement of Kobey’s Swap Meet. He currently is featured re-creating an ad his grandfather made famous “I want you to shop Kobey’s Swap Meet.”