16 Apr 2017 · Virtual Results

After receiving an Honorable Discharge from the United States Marine Corps, where he served with the 3rd Bn 6th Marines as an Infantry Officer in Iraq, Nathan returned home to embark on a career centered around real estate.  Nathan founded Bellator Real Estate & Development in 2008, Truland Homes in 2011 and later brought them together under the Battle Plan Capital umbrella in 2012.  In 2016 he bought out his other partners, and created 68 Ventures to serve as his primary holding company moving forward.  The most recent operating businesses added to the 68V platform have been Thrive Title in 2017 and Truland Mortgage in 2018.  As CEO, he focuses his time on the development side of the business in conjunction with serving as the visionary for the respective companies.

Nathan earned an MBA from the University of South Alabama and graduated summa cum laude with a BS in investment finance from the University of Alabama, where he was also a member of the football team from 2000 to 2003.  He obtained Academic All-SEC honors in both 2002 and 2003, and was recognized with the Paul “Bear” Bryant Award his senior year as the university’s most outstanding student athlete.  He is a CCIM as well as an active member of the Southern 7 Chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization.

Nathan is passionate about spending time with his three children, traveling with his wife, leading charitable endeavors, exercising, seeking out different challenges, any form of competition and studying successful people.  He concentrates on staying true to his core values of faith, effort, gratitude, honor courage and commitment while striving to live out his personal purpose statement, “To see all I can do with all that I have been given by always going for it, never forgetting who I am in the process and helping everyone I can along my journey to live out a story worth telling.  On judgement day my life will have been deemed a success because I will be able to say, ‘I have nothing left.  I used everything you gave me.”