In conjunction with the Fall Supreme Executive Committee meeting held in Boston, MA, Xi-Beta alumnus Lyle Stevens was honored with a John G. Tower award for his dedication to the Kappa Sigma Fraternity and as Chief Executive Officer of Mavrck.

Established in 1995, this award honors Kappa Sigma Brothers who have shown a commitment to their business, family, church, philanthropy and community activities is named for John G. Tower, former U. S. Senator from Texas who served on the Supreme Executive Committee for six years and was Worthy Grand Master from 1971-73. This prestigious award is considered one of the highest honors alumni can receive within the national fraternity.

Mavrck is the premier influencer marketing platform providing end-to-end relationship management, workflow automation, and measurement for integrated influencer, advocacy, referral, and loyalty marketing programs at scale that benefit multiple touchpoints and marketing functions. Lyle manages almost 100 employees out of their headquarters in Boston as well as an office in Denver, CO.

Brother Stevens was given the award at a banquet on Saturday, October 26th with over 100 Brothers and guests in attendance from throughout North America. Worthy Grand Master Justin Hansen said “Brother Stevens has always answered the call for Kappa Sigma. I can remember all of his business ideas as an undergraduate and it is no surprise that Lyle’s company is growing and that he is winning.” Lyle said in his acceptance remarks “Kappa Sigma taught me so much. I wouldn’t be here without the leadership skills learned as Grand Master.” He went on to discuss how Kappa Sigma was his testing platform for his ideas coming to fruition today.

Brother Hansen said “While you don’t need Kappa Sigma to be successful those that buy into the teachings of Kappa Sigma every day have success. We were very excited to honor Brother Stevens with this award and are very happy he is among our ranks as Kappa Sigma men.”