Founded in 1972 by avid young angler Johnny Morris, Bass Pro Shops is a leading national retailer of outdoor gear and apparel, with 100 stores and Tracker Marine Centers across North America. Johnny started the business with eight-square-feet of space in the back of his father's liquor store in Springfield, Mo., the company's sole location for the first – more...13 years of business.
Johnny's passion for the outdoors and his feel for the products and shopping experiences desired by outdoor enthusiasts helped transform the industry. Bass Pro Shops locations are more than just stores — they are true destination experiences that draw more than 120 million visitors annually. Each location is heavily customized to reflect the character of the region. In addition to giant aquariums teeming with live fish and extensive wildlife mounts and dioramas, many locations feature unique restaurants and ocean-themed bowling alleys.
Guided by the visionary leadership of our founder and CEO Johnny Morris, Bass Pro Shops is making a significant impact in on the future of conservation. More than 40 years after Johnny began helping people connect with nature through a tiny bait shop, our conservation mission is to inspire people to enjoy, love and conserve the great outdoors. Key conservation initiatives include protecting wildlife and habitat, connecting kids and families to the outdoors and protecting sportsmen's rights through access and advocacy efforts.
We play an active role in the communities we serve including partnering with local conservation organizations, assisting in disaster relief efforts and supporting our military and veterans.
Our associates are the heart and soul of Bass Pro Shops. We work together every day to support our customers and each other based on the essential values of respect, fairness and teamwork to accomplish great things. As a result, we have been voted by Forbes as one of "America's Best Employers." – less
Written by Footwear Associate (Former Employee) from Dania, FL 33004 on July 14, 2020
It wasn’t too bad for my first job I got this job when I was in high school it was fun at first cause of my fellow footwear associates but the amount of work wasn’t really necessary when all I was getting paid was 10.35 and I’ve been there for three years