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All New Season of Brotherhood Outdoors
The USA’s award-winning outdoor TV show, Brotherhood Outdoors, will kick off the New Year with a brand new season full of surprises to knock your socks off.
In its fourth season of taking everyday union sportsmen on extraordinary adventures, the unique series will premiere at 11 a.m. (ET) on Sunday, Jan. 6 on Sportsman Channel with episodes airing each week during the new Sunday morning timeslot. Joining union guests on each episode will be Daniel Lee Martin and Julie McQueen, Brotherhood Outdoors’ dynamic new host duo with nearly 50 years of combined worldwide hunting and fishing experience and a knack for production to bring a fresh perspective to the show.
“We’re excited to introduce Brotherhood Outdoors viewers to Daniel Lee and Julie in season four,” 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’ stories with the world.”
From the sleek new look to the Brotherhood Outdoors logo to the original graphics and innovative maps, viewers can expect a lot of exciting changes in season four. What won’t change is the show’s focus on everyday union sportsmen and women and their commitment to their communities and the preservation of our outdoor heritage.
Electricians, boilermakers, laborers and many other deserving union workers will join Martin and McQueen for outfitted North American hunting and fishing adventures or act as the guide—showing off their skills and favorite hunting and fishing pursuits. Through it all, viewers will get 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 begin with a Vancouver Island black bear hunt featuring Mark Spreadborough, an HVAC Mechanic and member of United Association Local 290 from Kalama, WA. In this emotional roller-coaster of an adventure, Spreadborough will attempt to harvest a bear with his great-grandfather’s 1895 Winchester rifle made famous by Theodore Roosevelt, who called it Big Medicine.
Other union members will bugle for bull elk in Nevada, shoot arrows at flying Asian carp in Illinois, stalk mule deer and coues deer in Arizona, reel in Atlantic stripers and much more in what’s sure to be the most adrenaline-packed season yet. Tune in to join the fun, and remember, you can be the next guest on Brotherhood Outdoors. But that’s only if you apply – www.BrotherhoodOutdoors.tv.
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.