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Duck Commander Company
117 Kings Ln.
West Monroe , Louisiana 71292
United States

Company Description: Duck Commander is a family-owned and operated business that was established in 1972 by Phil Robertson and is based in West Monroe, Louisiana. What began as a duck...   more

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Alan Robertson, the "beardless ..., 24 Dec 2013 [cached]
Alan Robertson, the "beardless brother" on A&E's hit reality TV show "Duck Dynasty," will be the keynote speaker at a general session at the American Farm Bureau Federation's 2014 Annual Convention, Jan. 12-15, 2014, in San Antonio.
Alan is the oldest son of Phil Robertson, founder of the Duck Commander Company, the family's Louisiana-based duck call business.
Before rejoining Duck Commander in 2012, Alan was a full-time minister at White's Ferry Road Church of Christ in Louisiana for more than 25 years. He and his wife, Lisa, enjoy helping carry out the family's commitment to spreading the gospel of Christ through their love of hunting and the great outdoors.
More than 7,000 Farm Bureau members from across the nation are expected to gather in San Antonio for the 95th Annual Convention to hear from distinguished leaders and participate in a grassroots policy-setting process that will guide AFBF through 2014.
Robertson will speak at the general session of the convention on Monday morning.
Louisiana Wildlife Federation, 1 June 2013 [cached]
"Duck Commander has long been a supporter of efforts to protect and restore our hunting and fishing habitats," said Duck Commander Senior Manager Al Robertson.
SAN ANTONIO, January 13, 2014 - ..., 13 Jan 2014 [cached]
SAN ANTONIO, January 13, 2014 - "Duck Dynasty's" Alan Robertson compared his famous family to the loveable monsters from "The Munsters," labrador retrievers and even terrorists during his keynote address at the American Farm Bureau Federation's 95th Annual Convention.
The oldest Robertson son, nicknamed the "beardless brother," arrived onstage sporting a close-shaven beard.
"My brothers give me a hard time when I grow a beard and say that I look like Yasser Arafat, and that's really offensive to me," Robertson said. Then, pointing to photos of Osama bin Laden and his father Phil and brother Jase, he quipped, "But you look at that and tell me they don't look like terrorists."
As the newest member of the "Duck Dynasty" cast, Robertson said his reason for joining the family's television series after three seasons on A&E was to show America what a "real home" looked like and to have a larger platform to spread his message about "the kingdom of God. The former pastor said his family's motto is "Faith, Family, Ducks."
Robertson shared intimate details of his family's past, including a period of time that his father "strayed from his faith" and nearly left the family when Alan was a child.
"My mom taught us [life] lessons because my dad's drinking and lifestyle turned for the worse," said Robertson.
Crediting his mother, Miss Kay, as the glue that held his family together during those early hardships, Robertson revealed that his proudest moment on the series was his debut episode, "'Till Duck Do Us Part," during which the family threw a surprise wedding for his parents.
"Labrador retrievers are good dogs," Robertson said. "We use a black lab because they're always ready to go, like my dad and Jase. They never miss a day of ducking."
Robertson went on to liken himself and his brother Jake to the "more domesticated" yellow lab and his colorful Uncle Si to a chocolate lab on methamphetamine - what Robertson affectionately termed "a meth lab."
Despite some of the wild antics on the series, Robertson said his father still doesn't understand why the show has such a broad appeal to non-duck hunters. Robertson's hunch is that viewers yearn for shows that demonstrate the Christian family values that Americans need and are missing today.
"Something ordinary to us and probably to you [farmers] like working hard all day and coming home to have dinner around a table at night has become extraordinary to people in the 21st century," said Robertson.
It's Sunday morning, and Alan ..., 26 June 2013 [cached]
It's Sunday morning, and Alan Robertson, dressed in all black, steps up to...
Preacher Alan Robertson has a new calling, signing up with his backwoods brethren for the first time on the hit show 'Duck Dynasty' By?KATE STOREY Last Updated: 12:09 AM, June 27, 2013 Posted: 10:19 PM, June 26, 2013
It's Sunday morning, and Alan Robertson, dressed in all black, steps up to the wooden pulpit at White's Ferry Road Church of Christ in the small town of West Monroe, La.
Alan Robertson (center) is leaving his Louisiana church to work with his Uncle Si (left), dad Phil and other family members on "Duck Dynasty."
Photos: PHOTOS: Alan Robertson joins the "Duck Dynasty" family business
The Robertsons gather together regularly for church, but for years they've been split over the show that's made them famous to 9.6 million viewers. Alan has never appeared on "Duck Dynasty" - he's the only brother of the four who's avoided the spotlight.
Until now.
When the show returns for Season 4 on Aug. 14, Alan will join the cast. He's hanging up his job as a full-time pastor to work for the family business (duck call manufacturing) as the company's Beards and Beauty Wrangler - managing p.r. and speaking tours for the family.
The suited, clean-shaven Alan, 47, looks like an overly plucked duck next to his hirsute, hunting-clad kin.
"The beards are so iconic," admits Alan, the eldest brother, who only lets his facial hair go wild during hunting season.
After seeing his relatives' privacy shot to shreds, joining the family flock wasn't an easy decision for Alan and his wife, Lisa, who've been married nearly 29 years.
Alan's already worried about his 12 nieces and nephews.
PHOTOS: Alan Robertson joins the
PHOTOS: Alan Robertson joins the PHOTOS: Alan Robertson joins the "Duck Dynasty" family business
Uncle Si and Alan Robertson ..., 24 Aug 2013 [cached]
Uncle Si and Alan Robertson from "Duck Dynasty" visited the Auburn University arena for an event benefiting Youth First, Campus Life and Orphanage more
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer ( 8/25/2013 11:03:54 AM -08:00 )
'Duck Dynasty' Star: We're Using Hollywood to Spread Gospel
Alan Robertson, the newest cast member of Duck Dynasty, said that while Hollywood may have finally figured out that shows with Christian themes will get ratings, the cast is also using Hollywood to spread the gospel. "For years, Hollywood missed a lot," he more
"Duck Dynasty" lovers rejoiced over the appearance of Uncle Si, his sweet tea and Alan Robertson. The event called Characters of more
The Auburn Plainsman ( 8/24/2013 6:53:45 PM -08:00 )
'Duck Dynasty' Season 4: Alan Robertson opens up about faith, family and TV
Alan Robertson, the newest cast member of the hit A&E show "Duck Dynasty," made his debut on the network last week during the season 4 premiere after leaving his pastoral ministry to join his family's duck call business. Prior to stepping into the spotlight, more
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