Adrian Peterson's Tank

Legal Eagle Contractors recently had the opportunity to participate in an episode of Animal Planet’s “Tanked” for NFL Running Back Adrian Peterson and his wife Ashley Peterson.

Animal Planet and Las Vegas based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing Company, owned by brothers-in-law Brett Raymer and Wayde King were contracted to bring NFL star Adrian Peterson and his wife Ashley’s fish tank dream to life…and this tank was filled to the brim with bling.

Legal Eagle contractors built the surrounding area to support the tank and worked with the crew for a total of 3 weeks.  Project Manager, John Jordan was assigned to oversee the operation.

When asking Jordan what it was his experience like working with Tanked and NFL super star, Adrian Peterson, he said, “It was a once in a lifetime opportunity to work with the cast of Tanked, Wayde & Brett.  It was awesome being a part of the show.  Then you throw in meeting Ashley and Adrian Peterson….Priceless!”

Wayde and Brett built Adrian & Ashley Peterson’s fish tank featuring glowing amethysts, floating crystals, a diamond-studded ring and one of Peterson’s prized possessions, an NFL trophy.

Tanked is a reality TV series airing on Animal Planet that follows the operations of Las Vegas based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, owned by brothers-in-law Brett Raymer and Wayde King.

ATM is one of the country’s most successful builders of aquariums and two of Sin City’s most imaginative businessmen, Wayde King and Brett Raymer, are tasked with building some of the most enormous and awe-inspiring tanks and aquariums for top celebrities, luxury hotels and casinos, Fortune 500 businesses, private homes and millionaire homeowners across the country. ATM takes on more than 200 projects every year with tanks ranging from 50 to one million gallons in size.

Don’t miss the episode tonight, Friday, November 3rd at 8 PM Central for the latest episode of Tanked on Animal Planet!

Wait till you see the inside of their home!

And don’t miss the part where Adrian throws a football through a sheet rock wall to create an opening for the 2-way viewing through this tank.  We carefully scored the sheet rock almost all the way through so it would blow out properly.  That was our idea and it actually worked!

See a quick peek here!