New Berlin, Wisconsin- God, Country and Family are words of deep meaning to recently retired U.S. Special Forces Green Beret, Greg Stube, in his premiere series, Coming Home with Greg Stube on Sportsman Channel, the leader in outdoor TV for the American Sportsman. The memorable series debuts on June 29 and celebrates Americans through hunting and fishing adventures from King Salmon fishing in Alaska, to big game hunting in the Western states. The premiere season of Coming Home with Greg Stube debuts on Wednesday, June 29 at 7 am with re-airs on Thursdays at 1 pm and Sundays at 11 am ET.
“Greg has a unique and rare ability to bring out the raw emotions of how Americans exercise their freedoms in the outdoors,” said Gavin Harvey, CEO of Sportsman Channel. “The values and ethics that are gained through the outdoor activities are the core focus of his show; no one brings this to light better than Greg.”
Coming Home with Greg Stube takes viewers on adventures ranging from King Salmon on the Kenai River in Alaska to catching mammoth catfish in South Carolina and bowhunting elk in Montana to harvesting Florida gators with a crossbow. Stube’s easy going personality takes the focus off him and places the spotlight on the experts, guides, outfitters and local law enforcement. The overriding mission of each episode is to educate, entertain and inform.
“I want to draw special attention to the areas and the people where we’re hunting and fishing,” said Greg Stube. “The very act of ‘Coming Home’ has a very unique and personal meaning to each and every one of us, which is why we believe everyone who tunes into the show will take away something different.”
During each episode, Stube reveals lessons learned as a U.S. Army Special Forces Green Beret, even from the battlefield where he served his country.
Stube tells his followers he should not be alive. The injuries this Green Beret sustained in Afghanistan in 2006’s “Operation Medusa” were critical. An IED detonated as he and his team was engaged with Taliban forces as they attempted to retake Kandahar. The bomb blast blew his boot off, and splinters of bone pricked through his pants. A one-pound piece of shrapnel pierced Stube’s hip and went into his abdomen. Today, he takes his life lessons on the road as a motivational speaker.
Today, Stube lives and operates out of Fayetteville, NC, which is the home of the Army Airborne and Special Operations. Stube is proud to share that TIME Magazine once called Fayetteville the most patriotic city in America. “Soldiers have been ‘coming home’ to Fayetteville since WWII, and I’m proud to call this city my home,” he said. To learn more about Coming Home with Greg Stube, visit www.cominghome.tv
About Sportsman Channel: Launched in 2003, Sportsman Channel is the only television and digital media company fully devoted to the more than 82 million sportsmen in the United States, delivering entertaining and educational programming focused exclusively on hunting, shooting and fishing activities. Sportsman Channel is now available in HD, check with your local cable or satellite provider. Acquired by InterMedia Outdoors Holdings in 2006, Sportsman Channel reaches 27 million U.S. television households and is a part of the nation’s largest multimedia company targeted exclusively to serving the information and entertainment needs of outdoors enthusiasts. Visit www.thesportsmanchannel.com, follow on Twitter, @SPORTSMANchnl (www.twitter.com/SPORTSMANchnl), become a Fan on Facebook, www.facebook.com/sportsmanchannel and download Sportsman App at www.itunes.com/appstore
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