Tino received Rachel's First Impression Rose on Night 1, and he's been focused on winning her heart ever since. Meanwhile, Rachel has seemingly set her eyes on Tino, and she appears smitten with him.
Tino also won the group date in Amsterdam in which several men were required to lift heavy cheese wheels for as long as they possibly could.
Tino, however, became insecure and began doubting his connection with the flight instructor when Rachel denied him the group-date rose in Amsterdam.
Tino felt he was opening up and being more vulnerable than ever, and the alleged lack of reassurance and validation from Rachel upset him. Tino then received the last-available rose at the Rose Ceremony which preceded the men's hometown dates.
Are Rachel's feelings growing stronger for another man or has it been Tino all along?
Until viewers can watch more of Rachel and Tino's relationship progress on the show, let's learn five facts about this The Bachelorette suitor.
Below are five facts Reality TV World has compiled about Tino Franco.
"Tino" is just his nickname!
Tino is short for Justino Phillip "Tino" Franco.
The general contractor currently works as an assistant project manager for AECOM Hunt. Before that, he was a project engineer .
Tino previously held down jobs as a wastewater engineer.
Tino wants to find someone who will work to make the world a better place alongside him.
Tino is actively involved with the nonprofit Ronald McDonald House. More specifically, he works with Camp Ronald McDonald, a free summer camp for children with cancer as well as their siblings and parents.
Camp Ronald McDonald apparently helped Tino's younger brother when he was diagnosed with leukemia many years ago. (Tino's brother has apparently been healthy for over a decade now).
Tino wrote in September 2019 how the camp "came up big" for his family, and he dubbed the organization "an incredible community of comfort and love."
Tino also volunteered for the Habitat for Humanity Los Angeles for two years beginning in 2019.