|Name||Jerral Wayne "Jerry" Jones|
|Net Worth||$8.6 billion|
|Age||78 years (born 13 October 1942)|
|Source of Wealth||Owner of Dallas Cowboys, former footballer, owner of Jones Oil and Land Lease|
|Salary||Approximately $5.6 billion|
|Philanthropy||The Gene and Jerry Jones Family Arlington Youth Foundation|
Jerry Jones is a well known American billionaire businessman and is better known as the owner of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL). He has been the owner of the Cowboys since 1989. A former football player himself, Jones played for the University of Arkansas. As of 2020, he’s the 2nd richest NFL owner after Panthers’ David Tepper. Jones has built the Cowboys into one of the most valuable sports franchises in the world, and guided them to three Super Bowl titles since 1989. According to forbes.com Jerry Jones’ Net Worth is estimated to be around $8.6 billion.
Jerry Jones’ Net Worth
As of 2020 Jerry Jones’ net worth is $8.6 billion. 31 years ago, he purchased the team for a mere $60 million which now stands at a whopping $5.7 billion.
What is Jerry Jones’ Salary?
Jerry Jones is the general manager and owner of the Dallas Cowboys which is one of the most valued franchises in the sporting world. The team is worth $4.8 billion, and Jones’ fortune comes in at $5.6 billion.
Jerry Jones’ Endorsements
Being worth billions of dollars, Jerry Jones has been known to undertake Presidential endorsement, and had endorsed Donald Trump earlier. He has also endorsed a couple of coaches for his team.
Jerry Jones’ Other sources of Income
Apart from owning the Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones made his first million in oil investments in the 1970s. He still invests in drilling opportunities as well as retail and residential real estate projects in Dallas, in hospitality management and Papa John's franchises. Jones also became the controlling shareholder in Comstock Resources, a publicly traded Texas oil and gas company. He also has made several appearances in television films and commercials.
Jerry Jones’ Charity work
The Gene and Jerry Jones Family Arlington Youth Foundation’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for youth in the City of Arlington by funding programs and facilities dedicated to football and athletics, health and wellness, education and the arts through complementary grants. The Jones family has pledged to donate $16.5 million to organizations supporting Arlington youth for over 33 years now.
Jerry Jones’ Investments
Jerry Jones is known to invest heavily in oil ventures. He made his first million in oil investments in the 1970s. He became the controlling shareholder in Comstock Resources, a publicly traded Texas oil and gas company. Jones still invests in drilling opportunities as well as retail and residential real estate projects in Dallas, and in hospitality management and Papa John's franchises.
Jerry Jones’ Yacht
Jerry Jones’ megayacht is worth $250 million. Built in 2018, it is the length of a football field and its end zones. The yacht has been designed to use 30% less fuel than other yachts of its kind, and can accommodate 14 guests and a crew of 30.
Jerry Jones’ House
Jerry Jones is located in Dallas, Texas. The Mediterranean style mansion which set him back $6 million in 1992, is now estimated to be worth $28 million in 2020. At 14,000 square feet, with two stories, the mansion includes six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a swimming pool, spa, tennis court, and marble floors.
What does Jerry Jones do for a living now?
Jerry Jones is an American billionaire who owns the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys.
How did Jerry Jones make his fortune?
Jerry Jones is a self made man. A former footballer himself, he played with the University of Arkansas. Initially he started his own oil and gas exploration business, Jones Oil and Land Lease, but later his love for the game led him to purchase the Cowboys whom he's been with since 1989, and guided them all these years, making them one of the most valued sports franchises in the world.
How much is Jerry Jones' yacht worth?
Jerry Jones yacht is worth a whopping $250 million.