The Clampton family was typical of many families in the northwest Alabama town of Carmichael. They lived in a rusting mobile home beside a kudzu jungle that constantly tried to overtake their humble homestead. They all worked for low wages in the Southern Comfort Manufacturing plant just outside of town. Bonnie and Luther Clampton realized that their dream for a better life rested on their youngest son. Mark Allen ignored the taunting of his older brothers and studied the kudzu vine that was steadily consuming the southern states. Soon, he became the recognized authority on the invasive threat. It was Mark Allen who found himself facing a life and death decision that would save his brother’s life and lift the family out of poverty or condemn him to an unthinkable end. The family struggled to stay united in adversity and in the end showed the world the true meaning of redneck love and success.
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