A Hunter’s Life with Larry Weishuhn and Outfittersrating
CHESTER, Va., September 6, 2011 – Carl Zeiss Sports Optics is pleased to announce that it is the exclusive optics sponsor for two new hunting shows starring the legendary hunter, outdoor writer and television host Larry Weishuhn. Larry, known to many as “Mr. Whitetail”, is pursuing big game around the globe these days. A Hunter’s Life with Larry Weishuhn follows Larry as he travels the world in search of species such as monster brown bear, elk, red stag and tahr. Larry educates and entertains viewers with his vast knowledge and years of experience afield and shares touching, one-of-a-kind experiences of his early days as a hunter. A Hunter’s Life with Larry Weishuhn airs on The Sportsman Channel through December 2011 on Wednesdays at 10:00 p.m. EST, Fridays at 10:30 a.m. EST and Saturdays at 7:00 a.m. EST.
Zeiss is also sponsoring Outfittersrating TV which will feature guides and outfitters from throughout the world. This new show will be hosted by Larry Weishuhn and is scheduled to air on The Sportsman Channel from January 2012 – June 2012.
“Larry is a true gentleman, an exceptional hunter and gifted television host, and Zeiss is delighted to be the official optics sponsor of these shows,” said Michael A. Jensen, President of Carl Zeiss Sports Optics. “Larry grew up hunting, and his years of experience in the field and the wonderfully warm way that he communicates draws us in and keeps us deeply engaged as viewers. We are proud that Larry is part of the ZEISS team and look forward to working with him in this exciting partnership.”
“I’m extremely proud and honored to have Zeiss as our A Hunter’s Life and Outfittersrating optics sponsor,” said Larry Weishuhn. “To me there are no finer hunting optics in the world! I’ve used a lot of different brands in the past, but all pale when compared to Zeiss. Their riflescopes, binoculars, spotting scopes and rangefinders are designed by hunters and it shows. Zeiss clarity is beyond compare regardless of light conditions, and they’re tough.”