Hank Parker, Jr.
Growing up as the son of an outdoor celebrity, Hank Parker Jr. has share his father's passion of the outdoors from childhood. However, Hank did not start his professional career in the outdoors, but rather he began by driving racecars in 1996 in the NASCAR Slim Jim All Pro Series.
In 2001 he received an opportunity to drive for Cicci-Welliver racing and sponsor GNC in the NASCAR Nationwide Series where he won his first race at California Speedway and followed it up the next year with a win at Pikes Peak Speedway in Colorado. Hank Jr. has raced in all three NASCAR top touring divisions which include Craftsman Truck, Nationwide and Sprint Cup series.
He has raced for Ray Evernham in NASCAR Sprint Cup action, Chance 2 Motorsports owned by Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Rousch Racing. Along the way, he had the good fortune to work with companies such as Microsoft, Stacker 2, GNC and United States Marine Corps.
Now retired from racing, Hank Jr. has taken his passion of hunting and is a co-host of "Hank Parker 3D" airing on NBC Sports, Pursuit Channel and Wild TV. He has co-hosted the mini-series "Hunt Like a Parker" which aired on ESPN Outdoors with his brother, Billy "Catfish" Parker and his father Hank Parker. Hank Parker Jr. is a co-owner and the creative media director of Dry Creek Productions which produces "Hank Parker's Flesh & Blood Outdoors." Hank Jr. lives in Denver, N.C., with his wife, Wendy, and children, Alex, Madison, Boone and Cade.