20 Dec BBCR Welcomes Marco Suarez!
BBCR Welcomes Marco Suarez as the Director of American Bully Operations
Last week, the Bull Breed Coalition Registry (BBCR) inked a monumental deal with Marco Suarez of Suarez Bulls Kennels. He joins the registry as a Board Member and the Director of American Bully Operations.
“I appreciate the opportunity to be here and I’m confident in my new team. I’m looking forward to working with the BBCR as it continues to evolve as a registry that prides itself on serving its registrants,” Suarez said.
Suarez is no stranger to the dog game. He comes to the BBCR from the ABKC, where he served as a Senior Judge. Suarez was also the first registrant of the American Bully breed when they opened their satellite office in California. And he has hosted a number of seminars worldwide to teach American Bully Breed Standards to registrants.
“He’s a reputable Bully breed educator with a stellar resume and is known as a pillar in the Bully community,” said BBCR President Amy Krogman.
In 2012, Suarez took the Bully World by storm at the ABKC nationals. His American Bully Champion Master Shifu was awarded the Best in Breed and Best in Show titles. Suarez’s kennel is also home to the very first BKC Champion and ABKC Grand Champion Samurai Paco (deceased), Grand Champion TaiFon, Grand Champion Victorious, Champion Mitron and many more.
“Acquiring a dog from Marco Suarez has been a very positive experience. He was very prompt, very knowledgeable, and very patient throughout the whole process. No wonder Marco is well known throughout the world.” said Norma Maldonado of San Marcos, Texas.
In his new role, Suarez will be transitioning from a senior judge to a manager dealing primarily with front office operations. He brings the level of expertise needed as the BBCR continues to expand their presence and boost the number of registrations within all the Bully breeds represented.
“There is only one Marco Suarez, and his name is synonymous with winning,” said NFL star and Bully breed enthusiast Kamerion Wimbley. “I’m excited about what the future holds for the BBCR.”