A graduate of Catholic High School in Little Rock, Chase Barnes knew he didn’t want to be stuck behind a desk working 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Although Chase didn’t have a career in mind, he started hunting for the career he did want at the University of Arkansas in their Division of Agriculture knowing he wanted to work outdoors.
Chase spent the better part of his youth at his parents’ duck club in Stuttgart, which gave him a chance to become familiar with Mossy Oak before he took a position as a properties agent.
As an agent for Mossy Oak Properties, Chase only spends half his time in the office, while the rest is spent outdoors, often outside city limits. In his position, he oversees the buying and selling of land, as well as managing farmland and hunting land to help property owners maximize profit and return.
Chase’s path from the duck club to Mossy Oak Properties is proof that when you love what you do, it isn’t work.
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