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Bill Jordan Wiki/Biography
Bill Jordan was born in 1951 in Columbus, Georgia USA, and is an outdoorsman, inventor, and television personality, who is perhaps best known for being a host of the video series “Monster Bucks”, as well as the TV series “Realtree Outdoors”. He is also the creator of the Advantage and Realtree brands of camouflage. Besides that, he is also known for founding Immersion Graphics Corporation.
Have you ever wondered how rich Bill Jordan is, as of mid-2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Bill’s net worth is as high as $10 million, with the main source of this amount of money being his career as a television personality and host, appearing in several TV shows on the Outdoors network, as well on his own show “Realtree Outdoors”. His net worth also benefits from his company Realtree, which produces hunting equipment and camouflage patterns.
Bill Jordan Net Worth $10 Million
Bill Jordan was raised with two siblings in Columbus, where he attended Columbus High School, from which he matriculated in 1969; while at school, he was very active in sports, such as football and basketball, and he finished his high school American Football career with All-State Honors. Later, he enrolled at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), where he continued to play football in the position of wide receiver. Right after graduation from college, he returned to his hometown, and started working at the family company, Leon Jordan Marine, a boat dealership.
Bill`s career began in 1983, when he launched Spartan Archery Products at his father`s boat store. Little by little his business began to improve and expand, becoming the main source of his net worth in the forthcoming years. His business was initially responsible for making archery clothing and accessories, but three years later he expanded his business to include camouflage patterns, entitled Realtree. His business grew further, and he presented his ideas at the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade show. It received positive critiques from the important people in the world of hunting, and his new business was about to expand further. He worked out details of production and his company`s name a few days later.
Ever since then, his career and his net worth have gone only upwards. Apart from selling camouflage patterns and hunting equipment, his net worth has also increased from sponsoring Richard Childress Racing team car`s #31, #3, and #29. Before the 1990s ended he also launched the Immersion Graphics Corporation, which focuses on imprinting camouflage patterns on bows, guns and other hunting equipment by incorporating hydro-graphic film process, increasing further his net worth.
To speak further of his accomplishments, Bill has also served as a host of the Monster Bucks series, and of his Realtree Outdoors television series, which have also added to his net worth.
As an accomplished sportsman, who managed to transfer his skills from the football field to real life, Bill has been rewarded with several prestigious accolades and recognitions, including the Distinguished American Award, which he received in 2012, and being inducted into the University of Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame in the same year. Furthermore, he was inducted into the Chattahoochee Valley Sports Hall of Fame in 2005, for his achievements at Columbus High School. When it comes to speak about his personal life, Bill Jordan is married to Shannon, with whom he has three children. Their current residence is in Columbus, Georgia.