Marc Springer, shipping businessman and Harley-Davidson motorcycle salesman, has a net worth of $400 thousand. Having accumulated much of his net worth in the motorcycle business, he recently transitioned to the world of non-traditional shipping. Shippers bid against each other for the job to "ship the unshippable," as depicted on the new upcoming A&E reality TV series Shipping Wars. Springer entered the shipping business mostly out of necessity. Sales of Harley-Davidson motorcycles were sluggish, and he needed a way to supplement his income. He stumbled upon an online ad looking for someone to transport two Harleys across the country, and he used his experience as a salesman to win the job for $2000. Now, after two years spent shipping unusual items from place to place, Springer is a member of the aforementioned reality series Shipping Wars. Although he started with a simple pickup truck, Marc has since upgraded to a large 18 wheeler which he uses to ship only the "biggest, baddest" loads he can fit into his truck. His years of experience in the field of sales puts him at a serious advantage over less experienced competitors, and so far Marc has had no problem exploiting this advantage for everything it's worth.
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Marc Springer Videos
'Shipping Wars': Marc Packs WineIn this scene from the episode Big Wine & Bigger Pine, Marc agrees to help pack up a shipment for a case of personalized wine.
'Shipping Wars': Marc Has To Call In HelpIn this scene from the episode Problems Set in Stone, Marc needs help loading an old camper converted into a dining booth.
Who's Ready For The UShip Mustache Contest ...The annual uShip Mustache Contest has some strong competition. Watch as members of the ...
Marc Springer's Blog Series On The UShip Blog ...Marc Springer talks about his new "On the Marc" blog series with tips for new truck drivers ...