Sportsman Channel’s ground-breaking news-talk television series—NRANEWS Cam & Co.— is broadcasting LIVE from the 142nd NRA Annual Meetings this Friday, May 3 and Saturday, May 4 in Houston, TX. Host Cam Edwards promises another stellar lineup of high-profile and entertaining guests for the most informed hour on TV for today’s American sportsman. Over the two days, Edwards will talk with guests like Major Dan Rooney of Folds of Honor and Pete Brownell as well as Lew Danielson, CEO and Founder of Crimson Trace. Plus, don’t miss Cam’s unique angles on the news of the day, as well fresh takes from the new NRANEWS commentators Natalie Foster and Colion Noir. Attendees of the NRA Annual Meetings can watch LIVE on the show floor both days from 4 to 5 pm CST at their booth #3213 (near registration). Or tune into Sportsman Channel to catch all the action.
Special guests and highlights for Friday, May 1 and Saturday, May 2 are below:
Friday, May 1:
Larry Potterfield – CEO of Midway USA
Pete Brownell – CEO of Brownell’s
Colion Noir – NRANEWS Commentator
Major Dan Rooney – Folds of Honor
Laura Carno – I Am Created Equal
Saturday, May 2
Natalie Foster – NRANEWS Commentator
Rick Ector – Rick’s Firearm Academy of Detroit and Rev. Kenn Blanchard
Lew Danielson – Founder and CEO of Crimson Trace
Brian “Pigman” Quaca – Host of “Pigman: The Series”
Hosted by Cam Edwards, and airing live from the NRA News Studios in Washington, D.C., NRANEWS Cam & Co. is the one and only news-talk series on television that can authoritatively address the issues that are vital to America’s more than 80 million sportsmen and sportswomen. Sportsman Channel is a national television network focused on hunting, shooting and fishing programming. Edwards, an engaging radio personality, insightful interviewer, sportsman and shooting enthusiast, brings a completely unique perspective and intelligence that does not exist anywhere else on news-talk TV. Together with his special guests, the show explores the day’s current events, breaking news and much more.
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