Company: Modo Sports
Location: San Bernardino, California, United States
Wayne Mabry, Owner at Modo Sports, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business.
After working as a union carpenter for Los Angeles’ Local #1506 for 37 years, Mr. Mabry desired to take on a career in which he could fuse his artistic skills and love for sports. In 1993, he spearheaded Modo Sports, a sporting apparel company that aims to inspire young athletes. As a former competitive athlete, Mr. Mabry had always wanted to design his own line of sportswear. When he played football for the Los Angeles Raiders, he felt that the crowd was too sophisticated and longed to see his southern roots show through sports apparel. As the owner of Modo Sports, Mr. Mabry handles orders and liaises directly with vendors who create his products, as well as ships them out. In addition to this role, he commenced a credit restoration business in 2020.
Notably, Mr. Mabry was inducted into the VISA Hall of Fans/Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000 and has appeared in several television commercials, which remains one of the highlights of his career. He attributes his vast success to his dedication and motivation to achieve his dreams. He also owes credit to his mentor who has offered him sound financial advice, Todd Scheich, who is the chief executive officer of Go Getters. When he is not working, Mr. Mabry enjoys dedicating time to volunteer with groups that aid children with cerebral palsy, cancer and autism. Looking toward the future, he would like to slow down a bit, purchase a recreational vehicle and travel the country. To attest to his artistic prowess, Mr. Mabry studied art at Jackson State University from 1974 to 1976.
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