Sportsman Channel Hosts Labor Day ‘Brotherhood Outdoors’ Marathon

Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA) and the Sportsman Channel are teaming up again to honor and recognize the contributions of American workers and sportsmen and women during the Labor Day Brotherhood Outdoors Marathon Salute to American Workers and Celebration of America’s Parks.

This year, the marathon highlights the contributions American workers have made to park systems throughout the U.S. and how those parks desperately need help once again. Brotherhood Outdoors co-hosts Daniel Lee Martin and Julie McQueen will provide viewers with interesting facts about America’s parks between eight back-to-back episodes of Brotherhood Outdoors airing from 1 to 5 p.m. EST on Monday, September 2, on the Sportsman Channel.

This one-of-a-kind marathon provides an intimate glimpse into the lives of hardworking, blue-collar union sportsmen and women.

“Our national and state parks that so many people enjoy on Labor Day and throughout the year receive more than a billion visits annually, and those parks were built and continue to be maintained by American worker,” said USA Executive Director Fred Myers. “So this Labor Day, we are proud to partner with Sportsman Channel and Bank of Labor to recognize the efforts of those workers while celebrating our parks.”
Through the USA’s new Adopt-A-Park program, union members will volunteer their time and unique skills to renew, rebuild and restore America’s parks, whether by restoring a weathered visitor’s center, rebuilding the park ranger station or modernizing the facilities.

The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA) is a union-dedicated outdoor organization whose members hunt, fish, shoot and volunteer their skills for conservation. The USA unites the union community to expand and improve hunting and fishing access and wildlife habitat while passing on a national outdoor heritage.

For more information about Brotherhood Outdoors and the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance visit  To view the Labor Day Marathon promo, click here.

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