'The Bachelorette' on ABC: Who is Tino Franco? California contractor, 27, makes Rachel Recchia's top 4

27-year-old Tino charms the Bachelorettes to find his future wife


                            'The Bachelorette' on ABC: Who is Tino Franco? California contractor, 27, makes Rachel Recchia's top 4
Tino Franco (pictured), a General Contractor from California appears on 'The Bachelorette' (ABC)
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It is currently unknown who will get Rachel Recchia's last rose on the newest season of 'The Bachelorette.' However, spoilers ahead of the Season 19 premiere state that Tino Franco is unquestionably one of Rachel's top four men.

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You may not be familiar with Franco... yet. He is, nevertheless, well on his way to becoming a reality TV celebrity. He's one of the men who will participate in the forthcoming season of 'The Bachelorette' seeking love, and this season is unlike any other. This is the season in which fans will watch two women, Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia search for love. This season will be completely unique, which is great news for men looking for love. They have a second chance to find it. Franco is a man hoping to find love, and here's what we know about him.

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Who is Tino Franco?

According to Reality Steve, Justino Phillip "Tino" Franco is one of Rachel's finalists who makes it to hometown dates. He appears to be an ideal fit for the Orlando-based beauty. He wants to discover something significant and lasting with one of the women participating this season. Furthermore, he's not searching for a casual relationship. The 27-year-old General Contractor is on the lookout for a bride. 

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Franco is not the type of person who enjoys complications, drama, or activities that aren't simple and enjoyable. He's as laid-back as they come, and he impresses fans as a man who likes to get down to fundamentals. The fundamentals include spending quality time with loved ones, having fun doing anything and everything, and being willing to concentrate on things that are just good for him. He's the type of guy who prefers making memories and seeking quality in a world where quantity is everything. 

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Franco is an active, outdoorsy kind of guy. He is, without a doubt, an athlete. Not only that, but he counts surfing and cycling as well among his interests. Both of these workouts are excellent and demand a high level of athletic ability. He has various interests and finds many things intriguing and pleasurable, but his favorite pastime is camping. You may find him camping when he's not working or pursuing other interests. He enjoys spending time outside, and camping is the simplest and most convenient method for him to do so.

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Franco is highly interested in giving back to his community and is looking for someone who will work with him to make the world a better place. Another thing the lady who wants to marry him should be aware of is that she will have a huge family. He is a man who desires a huge family. He wants to have four children of his own. Furthermore, he's eager to put everything he's got into making something serious with this season's Bachelorettes, whom he can go surfing in Bali with.

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Tino Franco received the Hero for Healing campaign's 2019 Hero of the Year award

Franco's younger brother was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of seven. Franco was in sixth grade at the time. His family then began visiting Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times, a free camp for children with cancer and their families to get away from the burden of treatment and simply have fun. He said it was wonderful to be surrounded by individuals who, like him, were tired of talking about cancer. His brother has been cancer-free for over a decade, but Franco has proceeded to visit the camp (now as a counselor). He was requested to take part in the Heroes for Healing initiative, for which he would have six weeks to gather funds (while working his full-time construction management [office] job). He was able to raise the most funds, totaling more than $28,000. He was voted 2019 Hero of the Year in the Hero for Healing, a six-week fundraising challenge benefiting the camp, in October. Later, he promised his team that he'd allow them to shave his head (he used to have long hair) so that they could donate his hair to make wigs for kids with cancer when they reached $20,000, resulting in his recent short hair.

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Is the California native the one for Rachel? Tune in to ABC on Monday, July 11 at 8 pm to catch the new season of 'The Bachelorette.'

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