It's All About Us
Marcus Walker, Atlanta native, Father, Navy Veteran, and University of Duke Graduate is truly living the American Dream.
Mr Walker came from very humble beginnings growing up in College Park, Ga to launching the only Black owned Merchant Card Service company in the U.S. “M&M Merchant Card Services Inc.”. Marcus’s rode to entrepreneurship began back in the mid nineties when he was one of the top sales reps for MCI World Com. Marcus then took his talents to one of the largest processing companies in the U.S. before taking the leap of faith and starting M&M in 2002. M&M Merchant Card Services offers safe and reliable credit card processing. Working with all types of merchant accounts to provide trusted terminal & POS systems, E & I commerce online to aid in billing of the customers and clients. As of today M&M has 135 sales reps and counting on the frontline securing accounts.
In 2006 Marcus lost his Mother and by way of handling her final business affairs is where he realized the importance of philanthropy and giving back. Marcus discovered that his Mother was making recurring charitable donations to various organizations including a book scholarship that he now funds at his alma mater Banner High School. Marcus also feels it important to give back through random acts of kindness such as showing up to a grocery store a taking care of the tab for seniors, or rewarding kids online with an Xbox for getting straight A’s on their report card.
Marcus developed an affinity for the sport of boxing at a very young age. It would be later in life in his navy days that he would actually act upon that affinity. Marcus took to the ring on the navy circuit posting a 22-4 record. His son Kamauriay “Kam” would too have this same love for the sport. It was from this love that “King Kam Promotions” was born. Kam has had a very successful amateur career competing in matches all around the world. Kam, now a sophomore at St Thomas University in Miami Gardens pursuing a degree in Sports Management, has taken a break from competing but is still training with former champion Glenn Johnson. Marcus is open to the possibility of Kam going pro in 2021.