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About Mark Werner

Mark Werner was born and raised in Kansas City, MO. He went to college at Missouri State University in Springfield, MO, graduating with a Bachelor's in Sociology. Almost sensing there was no money in that field, he smartly minored in marketing, and has been in that field ever since.  Mark worked in the advertising departments at the local Springfield newspaper and radio stations, when that form of media still got results for people. After realizing he'd spent most of his 20's in the armpit of the Ozarks known and Springfield, he moved back to Kansas City in 2008.  When the opportunity at Turn the Page Online Marketing emerged, he realized everything he'd learned about marketing could now be applied to an online audience, and jumped at the chance.

In his spare time Mark enjoys pretending he's a contestant on Top Chef (only does prep work much slower). Good cocktails and inappropriate jokes are the quickest way to his heart. He once jumped out of a perfectly good airplane, and surprisingly lived to tell the tale.