Safari Club International Announces Sponsorship with Just Kill’n Time TV with Max Rowe and Buck Buchanan
Washington, DC (July 30, 2020) – Safari Club International (SCI) is excited to announce a multi-year partnership with Just Kill’n Time TV with Max Rowe and Buck Buchanan to promote the advocacy and conservation efforts of the organization as it leads the way in defending the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide.
Max Rowe and Buck Buchanan and the Just Kill’n Time crew partake in the hunt for many reasons. It’s about enjoying the fellowship of friends and family. It’s to embrace the spiritual moment between man and beast. Even more, the hunt is about spending time communing with the great outdoors. Join Max and Buck as they experience the true essence of what it is to rejoice in the outdoor lifestyle. No restaging, patronizing, or scripting of scenes–only the Just Kill’n Time crew picking on each other and having a great time while delivering what is missing on so many shows today-the pure joy of the hunt.
“Max Rowe and Buck Buchanan of Just Kill’n Time TV have a down-home appeal and a viewership passionate about hunting and we are excited to bring the message and mission of SCI to their audience,” said Chip Hunnicutt, Director of Marketing and Communications for SCI.
Just Kill’n Time TV with Max Rowe and Buck Buchanan airs on the Pursuit Channel Sundays at 1:30 pm ET, Mondays at 8:00 am ET, Tuesdays at 4 pm ET, and Fridays at 9:30 pm 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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