Mac Haik

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Mac Haik
No. 86
Position:Wide receiver
Personal information
Born: (1946-01-19) January 19, 1946 (age 74)
Meridian, Mississippi
Career information
College:University of Mississippi
NFL Draft:1968 / Round: 2 / Pick: 49
Career history
Career NFL statistics
Receiving yards:1149
Player stats at

Joseph Michael Haik[1] is a former professional American football player who played wide receiver for four seasons for the Houston Oilers in the American Football League (1968–1969) and the National Football League (1970–1971).[2] He is CEO/Chairman of Mac Haik Enterprises which owns land, restaurants, commercial office buildings and a chain of automobile dealerships.[1] Haik is of Lebanese American descent.[3]

Mac Haik Enterprises[edit]

Mac Haik Enterprises, inc. is an investment company based in Houston, Texas with multiple affiliated companies engaged in a broad range of services and industries. It employs over 3,250 associates and owns land, commercial office buildings, retail space, medical facilities, restaurants, hotels, outdoor media and a chain of automobile dealerships located in Texas and Mississippi that generate revenues in excess of $3.3 billion a year.


Mac Haik Enterprises' automotive division, Mac Haik Automotive Group, sells cars, trucks, and SUVs from the following manufacturers:

Mac Haik Peacock[edit]

The Mac Haik Peacock is a mascot of the Mac Haik Automotive Group division of Mac Haik Enterprises, Inc., that some people would say is very similar to the NBC Peacock, due to its rainbow tail feathers. The origin of the "Mac Haik Peacock" goes back to his first car dealership. In 1983, he bought Tom Peacock Chevrolet. In order to keep the goodwill of Tom Peacock Chevrolet, the new dealership was called Mac Haik's Peacock Chevrolet for 5 years. After the 5-year period was up Mac Haik kept the Peacock logo.


  1. ^ "Mac Haik". Retrieved 2009-03-05.
  2. ^ "2008 Titans Media Guide - History" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on March 3, 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-05.
  3. ^ "Mr. Mac Haik".