Alan Robertson Net Worth

Alan Robertson Net Worth:
$3 Million
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Alan Robertson net worth: Alan Robertson is an American pastor who has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Born in Louisiana, Alan Robertson is the oldest son of Phil Alexander Robertson and his wife, Marsha Kay Robertson. The Robertson Family owns and operates Duck Commander Company. The company was created to sell Mr. Robertson's Duck Commander duck call.

The business has since expanded into a multi-million dollar enterprise that sells a range of hunting gear and instructional videos. The Robertson Family is also the subject of the reality series, Duck Dynasty" on A&E Network. Alan Robertson began working for the family business when he was in his teens, driving around with his father and selling the duck calls directly out of their pickup truck. He subsequently left to focus on ministry work. He is a senior pastor in West Monroe, Louisiana, and also works for the company on occasion, but was not featured on their reality show Duck Dynasty until season four. Alan Robertson became a main character on the TV series from seasons seven though 10. Marshal "Alan" Robertson was born in January 1967. He is married to Lisa Gibson and has two daughters. He is known for being the only adult male in the Robertson family with a beard. His relatives include Willie Robertson, Korie Robertson, Sadie Robertson, John Luke Robertson, Mary Kate McEacharn-Robertson, Bella Robertson, Willie Robertson Jr., Rebecca Robertson, Rowdy Robertson, Jase Robertson, Missy Robertson, Mia Robertson, Reed Robertson, Cole Robertson, Brighton Robertson, Phil Robertson, Kay Robertson, Si Robertson, Jep Robertson, Jessica Robertson, Lily Robertson, Merritt Robertson, and Priscilla Robertson.

Alan Robertson Net Worth

Alan Merritt Robertson

Net Worth:$3 Million
Gender:Male
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