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Second Season of ‘Brotherhood Outdoors’ Premieres with IBEW Member’s Elk Hunt

Tom Ackerman, Scott Callaghan, Union Sportsman photo

The second season of the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s (USA's) “Brotherhood Outdoors,” a unique hunting and fishing series that showcases the talents and passions of union members, kicks off at 8 p.m. EDT on Thursdays, starting June 28, exclusively on the Sportsman Channel.

In the season premier, Scott Callaghan, an Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 26 member from Annapolis, Md., who served two tours of duty with the Marine Corps in the Middle East, joins host Tom Ackerman in the mountains of south central Montana to fulfill his dream of hunting America’s iconic bull elk east. Click here for a video preview.  

“Brotherhood Outdoors” puts union members in the spotlight, giving them the opportunity to join Ackerman for a quality outfitted North American trip of their choosing or to act as his guide, taking him to their favorite hunting or fishing location.

Each week, viewers will get an intimate glimpse into the lives of these union members, their passion for the outdoors and their desire to make a difference by volunteering for a cause, serving as a leader in their community or helping to carry on America’s outdoor legacy.

Click here for a schedule and here for information on how to appear on the show.

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