The third season of “The Bachelor” featured Andrew Firestone, the 28-year-old sales manager of Firestone family estates. As the great-grandson of tire entrepreneur Harvey Firestone and the son of pioneering vintner Brooks Firestone and former British Royal Ballet soloist Catherine Boulton Firestone, Andrew Firestone inherited a thirst for success that continued into adulthood. At the University of San Diego, Andrew worked as a college agent for Northwestern Mutual Life and ultimately racked up more than $1 million in sales, an achievement for which he was named a “top 10” performer amid a pool of more than 1,000 college agents. After graduating with a degree in business administration in 1998, Andrew joined the family business running one of California’s most successful winery and brewery enterprises.
Andrew’s journey as the third Bachelor began in Los Angeles, where he met 25 incredible women at a lavish cocktail party. As the journey progressed, Andrew and the women traveled to beautiful locations in Ojai, Lake Tahoe, and Palm Springs.
After traveling to the hometowns of his final four women, Andrew went on Fantasy Dates with his final three — one in Park City, Utah, one in Arizona, and one in Oahu, Hawaii. He then brought his final two to meet to his family at their home in Santa Ynez, California.