The Fin Factor is the creation of three San Jose Sharks fans living in San Jose. The weekly show is hosted by Paul Sunseri and Aaron Sholl. With Aaron’s brother Jason Sholl as the producer, they wanted to create a family-friendly YouTube series to talk about their passion for the sport, their hometown team, and engage the informed Sharks fan. The show is produced from Communications Hill in San Jose, California.
The set includes our collection of game jerseys, hockey sticks, signage, autographed memorabilia, and plenty of bobbleheads from attending local games. Credit to Todd Sholl for building the set, he is Aaron and Jason’s father.
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Paul Sunseri is a host of The Fin Factor. Born and raised is San Jose, he has been a Sharks fan since they first entered the NHL and firmly believes hockey to be the greatest of all major sports. He plays in a local adult recreational league where he serves as captain. Paul continues to live in San Jose with his wife and two children.
Aaron is one of the hosts of The Fin Factor and an avid Sharks fan since they were formed. He grew up in San Jose and played soccer his whole life but loves to watch the boys in teal. Aaron and Paul have been friends since kindergarten and began making videos with his brother Jason in high school for Spanish class. He lives in San Jose with his wife and two children while working in the tax accounting world during the day.
Jason is the creative visionary behind The Fin Factor and is well skilled in operations and digital media. He enjoys influencing others through a product he is responsible for and takes ownership of. In the past, he has led up to 30 people and managed multi-million dollar television production budgets. While working in Hollywood, he was credited with monetizing television shows in the early days of YouTube. He has also won 15 Telly Awards for television and online media shows. In 2018, he was honored on both the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list and Silicon Valley’s LGBTQ+ Business of Pride. His goal is to merge technology with entertainment through his high-quality work.