Marco Zompetti Is Associated With a Club That Is Dedicated To Preservation of Deer Hunting

Belmont, Sep 12, 2019 ( – The Northeast Big Buck Club is a volunteer organization of local deer hunters who work together in order to bring a number of services to all the hunters in the northeastern region. Marco Zompetti is the Membership and Veteran’s Director of NBBC.

Other than providing scoring and record-keeping services for hunters who harvest whitetail bucks legally, the members of NBBC are fully dedicated to the preservation of deer hunting with the help of local volunteers. Marco Zompetti has even introduced a worthy program to provide active or retired military personnel with a special plaque for their service. His love for scouting and hunting dates back to his early 20’s when his father used to take him and his brother on annual hunting trips in Massachusetts and Vermont.

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About Marco Zompetti

Marco Zompetti is a member of the board of directors at the Lexington Concord chapter of AFCEA.

He received his education from Northeastern University. Here, he won for himself a State of the Art Program Data Communications Certificate of Professional Achievement in the year 1991. Other than that, he has a certificate for presentation skills from Middlesex Community College Business and Industry Program. Also, he had training in leadership from the 2007 USAF, Ninth House Leadership Training Certificate Program in the year 2006. He holds several other certifications including APDP Certifications, Program Manager: Level I and II. Marco is a humanitarian and does charity voluntarily. Currently, he is serving as the Membership & Veteran’s Director of the Northeast Big Buck Club. Besides that, he is also skiing and fundraising for Can Do Multiple Sclerosis to ensure that families living with MS have the opportunity to attend a life-changing program.

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