Andy Treys

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Born April 5, 1995
Los Angeles, California
Nationality American
Occupation Entrepreneur
Organization Muscle Lab, Cereal Club NFT, Getmefamous, Accomodations, KB24 NFT

Andy Treys was born on April 5, 1995 in Los Angeles, California. He is an award-winning entrepreneur of Armenian origin. Muscle Lab, Cereal Club, KB24 NFT, Getmefamous, and Accommodations are just a few of his successful enterprises. [1]

Early Life

With the help of platform builder Ning, Andy became an online entrepreneur by growing social media communities. He became a master growth hacker when he was 13 years old. He helps organizations attract and keep consumers by using inventive, low-cost tactics. Andy was a terrific basketball player in high school, and his full-court buzzer-beater got highlighted on ESPN Sportscenter. He spent his adolescent years working on sports-related ventures that brought him a lot of money, such as developing Android apps for the Google Play store and launching KobeCamp2009 with YouTube and ESPN.

College Years

Andy went on to California Lutheran University and the University of La Verne to pursue his ambition of playing basketball in college after graduating from high school. Soon he dropped out to focus on his new full-time passion: social media viral marketing.

Cereal Club

Andy's most recent project is Cereal Club. It is a non-fungi-bowl-driven network of tech enthusiasts with the goal of improving web3 across the NFT ecosystem. The 10,000 NFT collection sold out in minutes on a first-come, first-served basis. Each muncher has its own bowls, colors, charms, and body kinds, and they change based on the cereal your NFT eats. It provides you with a non-fungi-bowl cereal character as well as club membership, which grants you access to the ecosystem and allows you to connect and cross-pollinate with other endeavors in unique ways. After selling out, Cereal Club partnered with Super Bowl champion Aaron Donald, acquired, and is currently working on launching a revolutionary Cereal line.


He formed his social media firm, "getmefamous," in 2016, after growing his social media empire to a combined 300 million followers across Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Andy was a member of the marketing team that launched Bryson Tiller and Khalid into the mainstream of music. After Twitter's surprise policy change, he began rebuilding "getmefamous" from the bottom up, constructing a new viral network on Snapchat and developing new technologies to automate jobs and reduce labor costs. In 2019, Andy launched successful ventures with Alissa Violet and Bella Thorne, eventually taking over Thorne's music and marketing for the OnlyFans agency.

Muscle Lab

In 2020, he and Vatche Ourishian opened a muscle rehabilitation and wellness lounge, Muscle Lab. It is currently a celebrity hangout and one of the industry's most well-known wellness lounges, offering Cryotherapy, Infrared Sauna, IV Therapy, and other recovery and wellness services. Zedd, ASAP Ferg, DJ Mustard, Carnage, Ben Simmons, Harry Jowsey, Jake Paul, and Oscar De La Hoya are some of the celebrities, platinum musicians, and professional sportsmen who frequently visit the place. Andy and Vatche have also collaborated with Sierra Canyon High School's Basketball team, exclusively offering rehabilitation services to some of the best high school players in the country, with the support of KJ Smith, Andre Chavilliar, and Ian Smith.

==Other Ventures Andy along with his team are also behind the NFT project KB24 NFT. This new project promises to donate 100% of the revenue to the Mamba and Mambacita Foundation. Soon after, Andy founded Shlooz, this time with the help of his business partner and good friend Sako Waves. Shlooz is an online liquor retailer that ships to nearly every state, slowly but steadily challenging the online liquor delivery business. Andy has put his money into AirBnB and a Los Angeles exotic car rental sector, buying many residences and fancy automobiles, and named this venture Accommodations. Within months, he had amassed a collection of over a dozen mansions and exotic cars, including many Lamborghini Uruses and Mercedes G-63s.

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