SportingDog Adventures Welcomes Aboard New Sponsors

SportingDog Adventures Welcomes Aboard New Sponsors
SportingDog Adventures Welcomes Aboard New Sponsors
Sporting Dog Adventures
SportingDog Adventures

Delavan -(AmmoLand.com)- The crew of SportingDog Adventures is excited to announce several new partners for Season 6!

Joining the SDA family for 2016 are Weston Supply featuring small kitchen electrics, SPYPOINT featuring trail cameras, American Natural Premium dog food, and Signature Products Group (SPG) featuring casual brand-name hunting attire and lifestyle products.

“We are always most grateful to our partners that sign with us year after year, but we definitely wanted to take a moment to thank the guys and gals who have decided to put their faith in our marketing this year for the first time,” says Jeff Fuller, Host and Executive Producer of SportingDog Adventures.

“I am really excited about the ‘Class of 2016’ sponsors,” says Kate Fuller, Jeff’s wife and co-host of the show. “My focus on the show has largely been the cooking segments and lifestyle segments, and now we have some fun, new products to incorporate into those segments to make them even more interesting.”

One little know aspect of the hunting TV industry, is that all but a few hunting shows are responsible for paying for their airtime. This costs range from tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars per season!

“Literally, without our sponsors, the dogs of SportingDog Adventures couldn’t be entertaining everyone worldwide like they do. We can’t thank them enough for helping to make this happen – and for providing products that help make the show more interesting!”

The sixth season of SportingDog Adventures begins third quarter in 2016. We are proud to share our quality family programming on The Pursuit Channel, airing on Wednesday at 11:30 pm, Thursday at 7:00 pm and Saturday at 9:30 pm, Wild TV , airing on Tuesday at 12:30 am, Tuesday at 8:30 pm and Thursday at 8:00 am, Tuff TV, airing on Saturday at 10:30 am, The Walk TV, airing on Saturday at 12:00 pm, AMGTV, airing on Sunday at 10:30 am, Charter Cable in Wisconsin airing Tuesday through Saturday at 8:00 pm and DRTV, airing on Saturday at 1:00 pm. The series is also available online at CarbonTV.com available on demand! The Soggy Acres Retrievers now entertain in three countries and 175 million households!

Tweet your reactions to the show @sportingdogtv using #SDATV and weekly on our show posts on our Facebook page located at www.facebook.com/SportingDogAdventures. Go to our show website http://sportingdogadventures.com/ for more information.

Jeff Fuller began in the sporting dog industry in 1998, when he was given “Lily,” a chocolate female lab, as a gift. Since then, Soggy Acres Retrievers Kennels has grown to producing some of the nation's top chocolate, black, and yellow retrievers with excellent lineage, many of which have gone on to Senior and Master hunt titles. More information on Jeff's kennels is available at http://www.soggyacres.com/.

To learn more about SportingDog Adventures check out our website at www.sportingdogadventures.com and “Like” us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SportingDogAdventures.

About SportingDog Adventures:

Cabela’s SportingDog Adventures stays true to its mission of providing family-friendly entertainment by literally involving the entire Fuller family on-air. In addition to the family’s dogs, both Jeff’s wife Kate and his three boys contribute to nearly every episode, participating in hunts, learning conservation tips, cooking up the latest quarry, and of course, working with the dogs. In addition to providing business management to both Soggy Acres Retrievers and SportingDog Adventures, Kate is a new hunter and a life-long dog enthusiast that viewers can follow as she masters new hunting challenges and dishes on ladies-related issues in the Ladies Corner segments. The Fuller boys, Clayton, Cole, and Cal, capture the attention of the youngest viewers and aim to encourage other youngsters to get out in the field. When not hunting, the entire family can be found food plotting, fishing, or (unfortunately) cleaning kennels!

For more information, visit: www.sportingdogadventures.com.