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The Boring Company is an American infrastructure and tunnel construction services company founded by Elon Musk. Its ongoing and proposed projects are designed for intra-city transit systems. TBC completed two tunnels in Las Vegas for loop travel. It completed one tunnel for testing in Los Angeles County.

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19 Oct, 2022

Burnt Hair sells out

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Musk says the entire stock of Burnt Hair has been sold out, raising $3 million in sales, from 30,000 bottles at $100 each. Delivery is expected in early 2023.

Only 1,300 left of this unique, limited edition, collector’s item.

And … sold out!

13 Oct, 2022

Musk: 20,000 bottles of Burnt Hair fragrance sold

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Following tweets that announced 5000 and 10,000 bottles of Burnt Hair have been sold, Musk tweets that 20,000 bottles of the fragrance have been sold. At $100 per bottle, the perfume has raised $2 million in sales. Musk announced the perfume in September as a ‘slow burn’ joke, and launched it, through The Boring Company, on October 12.


12 Oct, 2022

Burnt Hair fragrance goes on sale

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The Boring Company starts selling Musk’s Burnt Hair by Singed fragrance.  The fragrance is marketed as ‘Just like leaning over a candle at the dinner table, but without all the hard work’. Musk announced the perfume in September 2022. Musk calls it:

The finest fragrance on Earth!

Musk later tweets that 10,000 bottles have been sold.

27 Sep, 2022

The Boring Company offers extra $15M for San Antonio Loop

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The Alamo Regional Mobility Authority says Elon Musk’s The Boring Company has offered an additional $15 million to finance the San Antonio Loop, increasing its initial offer of $27 million to $45 million to support the first phase of the project.  Alamo RMA:

That’s a lot of money that’s not coming from taxpayers to improve community transportation. I don’t see anybody else coming and giving us $50 million that’s not funding by taxpayers in some way, shape or form..

The 7.6 mile tunnel is expected to generate a net revenue of $25 million per year from 112,000 commuters daily, with fares between $10 to $13 per passenger.