How skateboard legend Tony Hawk plans for the long road ahead

May 8, 2017 By Burt Helm NEW YORK (Reuters) – When most people hear the name Tony Hawk, they picture him whirling through a 900 on his skateboard at ESPN’s X-Games, or on the cover of the iconic video game series, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, which has collectively sold millions of copies. But Hawk, 48, is also successful off a skateboard, working as an entrepreneur, philanthropist and investor. Over the past three decades, he has founded Birdhouse Skateboards, the Tony Hawk Foundation and invested in tech companies from DocuSign to…

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