Washington, DC (September 10, 2020) – Safari Club International is proud to announce a new multi-year sponsorship with Live the Wild Life TV hosted by Gus Congemi. Available on the Pursuit Channel and Wild Television Network, the show combines Congemi’s lifelong passion for bowhunting and thirst for intense adventures to viewers in a way that celebrates conservation and the lifestyle of avid hunters.
“Gus delivers the adventure of the outdoors every week and we are excited to partner with Live The Wild Life to showcase the exceptional experiences that hunting and wildlife conservation deliver,” said Chip Hunnicutt, Director of Marketing and Communications for SCI.
Congemi’s biggest passion is bowhunting, which he’s been pursuing for over 30 years. Live the Wild Life TV highlights the importance of being a self-sufficient hunter harvesting game while engaging in the quest for big game adventure. As a result, Congemi has been to five continents and traveled all across the U.S. and Canada, sharpening his skills as a hunter and bringing with him intensity and dedication that have earned him respect as a hunter. From Midwestern whitetails to Alaskan brown bear, Live the Wild Life TV has it all.
Live the Wild Life TV with Gus Congemi airs on the Pursuit Channel Mondays at 7 a.m., Tuesdays at 5 p.m., Fridays at 2 p.m. and Sundays at 11:30 a.m. (ET). The show also airs on Wild Television Network Sundays at 12 p.m., Thursdays at 2 p.m. and Fridays at 6 p.m. (ET).
Safari Club International (SCI) is a not-for-profit organization of hunters whose primary missions are to protect the freedom to hunt and to promote wildlife conservation. SCI’s 50,000 members and 180 chapters in the US and around the world are passionate about hunting and about wildlife conservation. Hunters take pride in carrying on the ancient traditions and practices of the hunt. Hunting is part of human nature and it is what enabled humans to feed ourselves, defend ourselves from danger, form societies and develop art such as the cave paintings tens of thousands of years old that depict hunting because it was essential to the survival and growth of humankind.
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