The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s (USA) award-winning hunting and fishing TV Show, Brotherhood Outdoors, will return to Sportsman Channel for a fourth season on January 6, 2013 with new hosts and a coveted Sunday morning timeslot.
Joining forces with former Backstage and Backroads hosts Daniel Lee Martin and Julie McQueen, the USA is hoping to utilize the duos nearly 50 years of combined worldwide hunting and fishing experience to bring a fresh perspective to the show.
“We’re excited to introduce Brotherhood Outdoors viewers to Daniel Lee and Julie McQueen,” said USA Executive Director Fred Myers. “Not only are the two avid sportsmen and quality entertainers, but they understand and support the USA’s conservation mission and are truly passionate about sharing our guests’ unique stories with the world.”
Brotherhood Outdoors guests are rewarded for their commitment to their communities and the preservation of our outdoor heritage with an outfitted North American adventure or the opportunity to act as a guide—showing off their skills and favorite hunting and fishing locations. Featuring electricians, boilermakers, laborers and more, the show also offers viewers an intimate, behind-the-scenes glimpse into the lives of these hardworking Americans.
“What I love about Brotherhood Outdoors is that it’s not just about big horns and monster fish,” said Martin. “It’s about the traditions and family ties that bind America’s blue-collar sportsmen together and showcasing the relationships that can be fortified out in the woods and on the water.”
A staple in Sportsman Channel’s ‘Made in America’ programming, the new season of Brotherhood Outdoors will premiere on Sunday, January 6 at 11 a.m. ET and feature an adrenaline-pumping Vancouver black bear hunt with Mark Spreadborough, an HVAC Mechanic and member of the United Association from Kalama, WA, who’ll make his attempt with his great grandfather’s 1895 Winchester rifle.
Presented by Bank of Labor, Brotherhood Outdoors is also sponsored by the following union and contractor partners: Employee Benefits Systems, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers, International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, National Electrical Contractors Association and United Association/International Training Fund.
For more information about Brotherhood Outdoors, the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance or Sportsman Channel, visit www.BrotherhoodOutdoors.tv.
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