Nikki Boxler grew up on one of the largest dairy farms in Western New York and continues to reside there today. It is this pristine setting that has shaped her love for the outdoors . . . a passion that drives her to spend as much time hunting and fishing as possible.
Nikki credits her Dad for introducing her to hunting and she quickly embraced the lifestyle. “One of the biggest reasons I fell in love with hunting was the camaraderie and the bond I experienced between fellow hunters. I vividly remember how special it was when we would all gather and grill venison after a successful day of hunting.” Boxler states.
Between fulfilling her duties as Marketing Director for a firm in Buffalo, NY and helping on her family's farm, Nikki appreciates any time available to match wits with a big gobbler or to spend all day on the lake casting, in hopes of landing a big muskie.
Nikki is a “down to earth” country girl who was taught the value of hard work and this was evidenced by her working a full-time job while getting her degree in International Business & Marketing from Rochester Institute of Technology where she also participated as a NCAA athlete in both volleyball and track and field.
Nikki enjoys all types of hunting and shooting sports from archery to skeet shooting and she sees a largely untapped market, “One of my goals is to get more women and young girls involved in the outdoors because I know firsthand that being active in the outdoors can change a person’s entire perception on life.”