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Mark Steve: Kenyan Businessman Shows Off His Classy Range Rover

Mark Steve
Mark is not new to sharing his wealth online he has previously shared his posh lifestyle and high-end cars. Photo: Mark Steve.

Kenyan businessman Mark Steve has stepped out with his luxurious multi-million car.

Mark who is the CEO of Spoton Vacations was in Washington D.C, USA.

The businessman shared photos posing next to the Range Rover and some inside its classy interior.

Mark in his social media post asked fans if they wanted a free vacation as they were awed by the stunning vehicle.

“Who wants a free holiday from SpotOn Vacations? Take care of yourself, for you are the most important journey you’ll ever embark on. Have a good weekend,” he posted.

Mark is not new to sharing his wealth online he has previously shared his posh lifestyle and high-end cars.

The businessman has branches of his tour company in several cities in the U.S.

The company has a VIP section which gives clients rides in the start of the art vehicles like the Cadillac Escalade.

Mark Steve started Spoton in 2019. His wealth of experience in the industry was instrumental as he knew what to do. He started with a KSh 5 million capital.

The money was used to rent office space, design, purchase computers and other logistics.

Unlike most entrepreneurs, he did not struggle with capital since he had learnt the art of saving.

He lived in a modest rental house even when his salary could afford him much more.

He started with one employee, which has grown to about 15 people currently. The first person he employed was someone to deal with IT.

“I had embraced the culture of saving. Even when my salary rose to Sh70,000, I continued living in an informal settlement where my rent was KSh 7,000. That helped me grow my savings,” he told Business Daily.