Can-Am, Pursuit Channel Renew for Can-Am Close Call Thursday
For a third consecutive year, Pursuit Channel, America’s most widely distributed hunt, fish, shoot network, and Can-Am Off-Road Vehicles have renewed a 2014 block partnership for one of the best nights on outdoors television.
“Can-Am Close Call Thursday,” a three-hour aggregate of original hunting programming beginning in Q3, will feature some of the best hunting features on television, including: Struttin’ Bucks, Wallhanger TV, Backland Outdoors, Whitetail Diaries, Big Boy Adventures TV and Where in the World is Colorado Buck.
“Can-Am is proud to associate for a third consecutive year with Pursuit Channel to bring outdoors-minded viewers a collection of action-packed hunting shows through ‘Can-Am Close Call Thursday,'” said Louis Levesque, Marketing Director of Can-Am Off-Road Vehicles. “Like the Pursuit Channel, the Can-Am brand is committed to premium products that help make outdoor adventure accessible to all.”
Following an international motocross breakout in the 1980s, the rugged legend of Can-Am branded vehicles has been alloyed by Bombardier Recreation Products Inc. (BRP), which was founded by Joseph-Armand Bombardier in 1942. Using patents from his revolutionary B-7 and B-14 half-track machines, Bombardier produced the world’s first snowmobile in 1959. Appropriately, the honors to this Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of Fame inductee include those by that country’s postal service and the naming of Bombardier Glacier, which drains the Detroit Plateau in Antarctica.