‘Brotherhood Outdoors’ Seeks IAM Member for Kansas Hunt

Watching hunting and fishing shows is great, but being part of one is even better.  And the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance is looking for a hardworking IAM sportsman or woman for a Kansas predator hunt on its union-dedicated TV series, Brotherhood Outdoors, at the end of January.

Winner of a 2012 Sportsmen Choice Award, Brotherhood Outdoors rewards union sportsmen and women who are committed to preserving North America’s outdoor heritage with a guided hunting or fishing trip or the opportunity to show off their own guiding skills on national TV.

Unlike many outdoor TV shows, Brotherhood Outdoors isn’t about a celebrity host or professional hunters and anglers. It’s about everyday workers from a variety of union trades experiencing extraordinary hunting and fishing adventures across North America.  Right now, the producers are specifically looking for a union machinist.

So what do you need to do to be considered for a trip you’ll never forget?

Apply Today – The Trip is Right Around the Corner!

You can apply online at www.BrotherhoodOutdoors.tv (allow ample time…you can’t save your responses) or request an application by contacting Kate at katec@unionsportsmen.org or 615-332-4900.