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Arya Toufanian is one of the successful Entrepreneur. He has ranked on the list of 981 famous people who were born on April 27, 1993. He is one of the Richest Entrepreneur, who was born in United States. He have position among the list of 2489 famous Entrepreneur. Arya Toufanian is 1 of the famous people in our database with the age of 26 years old.

 

Arya Toufanian was born in United States on April 27, 1993. One of the founders of the college party company I’m Shmacked, he rose to fame creating raucous videos of college parties across the U.S. the ImShmacked YouTube channel. The channel has earned more than 40,000 subscribers since its inception. Tyler Marenyi, otherwise called the DJ NGHTMRE has performed at several I’m Shmacked parties across the U.S. He founded I’m Shmacked while studying at George Washington University. I’m Shmacked is tremendously eminent among high school and college ..

He has dated Instagram sensation Madison Louch. He has not shared about He’s parent’s name. Our team currently working, we will update Family, Sibling, Spouse and Children’s information. Right now, we don’t have much information about Education Life. Arya Toufanian current age 26 years old. Arya Toufanian’s height Unknown and weight Not Available right. Full body measurements, dress and shoe size will be updated soon.

 

The company has purportedly been esteemed at $5 million. I’m Shmacked’s 21-year-old individual benefactors, Arya Toufanian and Jeffrie Ray, head out around to big college campuses in the U.S. to toss raucous parties and make videos showing students’ over-the-top antics. The startup is normally compared to Girls Gone Wild – I’m Shmacked videos have a similar vibe, yet focus almost exclusively on college parties instead of wild spring breaks. The videos can fuel competition among schools.

 

Many students at party schools view I’m Shmacked videos as a symbol of respect that helps them out-party one another. In any case, the brand is also drawing backlash. The negative attention has some students worried these videos could hurt their schools and, by extension, their future careers. Of course, college students will always toss inebriated parties and maybe even riot with or without I’m Shmacked. In any case, college officials told us the presence of video cameras at college parties encourages wild behavior from students who need to show up in viral clips. For more information, click this page.