After winning a Pulitzer Prize for literature at the age of 10 for his stunning non-fiction treatise, "Puberty--- How to Avoid Becoming It's Victim and Making It Work For You", Mark decided to forego a career as a writer and instead, pursued a medical degree, graduating Summa Cum Laude at the age of 14 from Johns Hopkins Medical School while also maintaining his career as the youngest point guard in the NBA. Mark then looked past various lucrative offers and instead chose to live in Tibet, doctoring the poor and training to be an Olympic marathon runner. It never dawned on him that he'd soon be hurdling through space as America's youngest candidate for a space walk, and--------sorry. Oh, my. These are notes Mark's mother left for us by accident. Sorry. Uh, let me relate the REAL story.
Mark is a 29 year radio veteran with a degree from Colorado State University. Over the course of his career, he's owned a recording studio, advertising agency and worked for radio stations both on air and behind the scenes from Windsor Colorado to New York City.
In 1987, partner Greg Bennett and he launched Just the Fax, the nation's first copy by facsimile support service for radio stations. In 1991, they changed the name to BENMARadio, Inc., and moved to Denver Colorado. In 1994, Greg departed to pursue his own sales training career. BENMARadio is a singular animal in the radio business, a true creative consultancy that helps clients build and develop revenue from their radio buys and commercials by crafting the message to directly impact the people who are ready to buy their product or service. Mark is proud to be nearing a milestone, being PERSONALLY responsible for 100,000 radio scripts and ideas.