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A shy teenager, Mark passed up a college wrestling scholarship, but he got a nursing degree, and worked several years in hospital administration and psychology. Life changed the day he started his own refrigerated transportation service company, initially based in the Philadelphia/New York corridor. Today, with 57 operating locations managing over 75,000 shipments a month, it’s the largest company of its kind in the US, and one of the biggest in the world. Next, Mark started a technology company providing remote tracking and monitoring of containerized fresh and frozen cargo shipments around in the world.
Applying the same business principles, Mark now has a number of hunting properties where he has set up a high-end QDM program. He enjoys all aspects of hunting and pursues his passion all over the country with the same zeal he had as a kid in the backwoods of Pennsylvania.
Mark has a beautiful family with three daughters and a loving wife.
If you have followed Kenneth through the years you know he lives by the words “Never apologize for your God Given Right to Hunt.” Being a son of a trapper and the grandson of a commercial fisherman, Kenneth has the outdoors running through his veins. Which is why in 2013 Kenneth fulfilled the life-long dream of starting his own show called, “The Given Right.” During his career Kenneth has traveled throughout North America harvesting multiple big game animals but his true passion is turkey hunting and calling.
Even after years of traveling throughout the country, Kenneth values his southern roots and is proud to call Mississippi “home.” Often times he finds his favorite hunts take place close to home with his girls; wife Holly and two daughters Gracen and Briley, Kenneth has always been known as a fun loving family man that does not always have to kill the biggest animal to enjoy hunting but you will never catch him without a smile on his face and bow or gun close by.