Crush of the Week 

Mark Lunsford is to family-business pitchmen what Bill Pullman is to Hollywood actors-understated but hot. And it’s not because he’s surrounded by flaming logs at his family’s Hearth & Grill Shop on Thompson Lane, where ventless gas fireplaces and grills fit for Titans are in plentiful supply. This 30-year-old hearth throb can rattle off the properties and accoutrements of an exceptional grill like we can recite the alphabet, and he’s been doing television commercials for the shop for fully 10 years. (What he must have looked like at 20!) He’s the kind of guy mothers in Madison would want for their daughters, but he could attract a scoping hot-pants at Bar Twenty3 too. Except for the fact that he’s a married father of one—soon to be two, in another six weeks. (Congratulations, Mark. Does Fisher-Price make toy fire pokers?) His favorite griller is steak, and he likes it medium rare. Mm-hmmm. All we know is, he’s smokin’, and he can light our fire anytime.

Mark Lunsford is to family-business pitchmen what Bill Pullman is to Hollywood actors-understated but hot. And it’s not because he’s surrounded by flaming logs at his family’s Hearth & Grill Shop on Thompson Lane, where ventless gas fireplaces and grills fit for Titans are in plentiful supply. This 30-year-old hearth throb can rattle off the properties and accoutrements of an exceptional grill like we can recite the alphabet, and he’s been doing television commercials for the shop for fully 10 years. (What he must have looked like at 20!) He’s the kind of guy mothers in Madison would want for their daughters, but he could attract a scoping hot-pants at Bar Twenty3 too. Except for the fact that he’s a married father of one—soon to be two, in another six weeks. (Congratulations, Mark. Does Fisher-Price make toy fire pokers?) His favorite griller is steak, and he likes it medium rare. Mm-hmmm. All we know is, he’s smokin’, and he can light our fire anytime.

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Recent Comments

  • Re: Close to Home

    • My church wants to know about the property. My number is 615-293-5484. Thanks

    • on August 5, 2014
  • More »

Sign Up! For the Scene's email newsletters





* required

Latest in Late Edition: Stories

  • Breaking News

    Perry March and his father, Arthur March, were indicted this afternoon by a Davidson County grand jury on charges that they planned to kill Carolyn and Lawrence Levine, March's in-laws.
    • Oct 27, 2005
  • Scare and Share Alike

    In honor of Halloween, thirteen cinematic shocks that linger
    • Oct 27, 2005
  • Ghosts to Show You

    How to film your own bogus spook-busting show
    • Oct 27, 2005
  • More »

All contents © 1995-2014 City Press LLC, 210 12th Ave. S., Ste. 100, Nashville, TN 37203. (615) 244-7989.
All rights reserved. No part of this service may be reproduced in any form without the express written permission of City Press LLC,
except that an individual may download and/or forward articles via email to a reasonable number of recipients for personal, non-commercial purposes.
Powered by Foundation