When he’s not studying business at Ole Miss, Tyler Jordan can be found in the woods doing what he loves most — hunting.
Since the day he was born, Tyler has been exposed to all sorts of hunting and every aspect of the Realtree business.
“Hunting has always been an important part of my life,” said Tyler. “My dad never forced me to go to the woods, but hearing all the stories and seeing the photos of all these huge deer, I knew I wanted to have my own stories to tell one day.”
Tyler understands the importance of upholding hunting in a positive light. He practices what his father has taught him about ethical hunting and takes great pride in making the right choices.
And as for following in the footsteps of his father, Bill Jordan, well, he’s definitely on the right path.
“I get asked a lot about my future and what I want to do. I love hunting and I love this industry. Right now I'm doing my best to learn general business practices in college, and I keep up with the day-to-day projects around the office to help me understand all the specific complexities of the Realtree business. I definitely see myself following in Dad's footsteps.”
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