AMERICAN Pickers star Mike Wolfe has gone on a helicopter ride with his girlfriend Leticia Cline during their getaway to Hawaii.
The TV host and his model partner jetted to Maui earlier this week amid his show’s struggling ratings and low store sales.
Instagram/Leticia ClineAmerican Pickers star Mike Wolfe went on a helicopter ride with his girlfriend Leticia Cline during their getaway to Hawaii[/caption]
Instagram/Leticia ClineThey flew over the sea cliffs of Molokai[/caption]
On Wednesday, Mike and Leticia – who were also joined by Lrticia’s mom – enjoyed a helicopter ride around the sea cliffs of Molokai.
Leticia shared several videos of a waterfall running down the incredible sea cliffs, which are thought to be the tallest in the world.
The trio then went for a hike among the incredible rocky landscape of the island of Molokini.
Leticia declared that their day was “magical” as she shared picturesque snaps on her Instagram Story.
American Pickers host Mike and Leticia flew to Maui on Tuesday and are staying at a stunning ocean resort.
Leticia shared a video from their hotel balcony of the pristine lawns, palm trees everywhere, and the ocean beyond.
The U.S. Sun exclusively revealed Mike’s Iowa store is struggling with low sales.
The U.S. Sun can exclusively reveal Antique Archaeology in Iowa’s estimated annual sales, per Experian’s Business Valuation Report.
Antique Archaeology’s estimated annual sales are reportedly $62,000.
The company’s Business Credit Score is 23, which is “medium-high risk.”
The report read: “This score predicts the likelihood of serious credit delinquencies within the next 12 months.”
As for the Financial Stability Risk Ratings, Antique Archaeology received a medium risk of three out of five rating.
The report claimed: “This rating predicts the likelihood of payment default and/or bankruptcy within the next 12 months.”
Mike has previously been slammed by customers for seemingly over-priced items and selling merchandise instead of actual antiques.
One disgruntled customer recently wrote on Google Reviews regarding the Iowa store: “Seriously there was only a handful of stuff that had been potentially picked. The rest of it was cheap Chinese-branded merchandise used to promote the store.
“I get it’s a tourist trap, but come on, at least do better than that. I would have happily dropped hundreds of dollars in there if it was something really cool. Instead, it was like three things that had been picked ranging from $200 to $4,000.”
A second customer commented: “This is more of a souvenir shop for the show. Not many antiques at all.”
A third blasted: “Was very disappointed. We made this a special stop on our drive home, took this route especially for this experience. Both buildings are very small and mostly gift shops selling their own merchandise.
“Grabbed an item as a souvenir, marked $3, but charged $9. And for as much as Mike and the team picks, where is it?”
The backlash comes amid increasingly low viewers ratings for American Pickers.
The U.S. Sun exclusively revealed that ratings dropped by another 100,000 viewers for episode three of the new season.
Just 713,000 viewers tuned in to the installment, compared to 918,000 for the premiere episode.
Instagram/Leticia ClineMike beamed as Leticia took a video inside the helicopter[/caption]
Instagram/Leticia ClineThey went for a hike on the island of Molokini[/caption]
History ChannelMike’s show American Pickers has been struggling with plummeting ratings[/caption]