Laura Dotson handed the clipboard to her husband, Dan Dotson, and sold a storage unit on her own during the last episode of “Storage Wars” on July 10. This money-making storage locker was bought by Brandi Passante.
Brandi Passante paid $700 for the storage locker and ended up making a profit of $100. Although it didn’t set any records, it was still a profit and appeared not to upset Jarrod Schulz too much.
The ladies of “Storage Wars” stepped into the spotlight. Although Laura Dotson instead ofDan Dotson has sold units in the past and Brandi Passante has purchased storage lockers in previous episodes, this was the first time the ladies took the spotlight this season.
Out of the “Storage Wars” spotlight was Dave Hester. He was not at the auction in Gardena, California with the rest of the “Storage Wars” cast. In fact, Dave Hester had yet to make an appearance in this season of “Storage Wars.” Fans of “Storage Wars” around the world are still asking “Where is Dave Hester?”
“Storage Wars” fans will have to keep watching A&E on Tuesday nights to find out where Dave Hester is and what he is doing. Oklahoma City fans can watch at 9 p.m. CST.