WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 31, 2020) – Safari Club International (SCI) is excited to announce it has renewed a multi-year partnership with Winchester Deadly Passion with Melissa Bachman to promote the organization’s advocacy and conservation efforts as it leads the way in defending the freedom to hunt and promote wildlife conservation worldwide.
“We are excited to continue our partnership with Melissa Bachman of Winchester Deadly Passion to bring the message and mission of SCI to her audience,” said Chip Hunnicutt, Director of Marketing and Communications for SCI. “Melissa combines years of hunting experience with an unparalleled dedication to all things wild, a mission and message we’re proud to support.”
Every good hunter needs a role model. Melissa Bachman, the host of Winchester Deadly Passion, fills that role to perfection with her unique ability to share her love for all things wild with her equally passionate fans and followers. A mainstay at conventions and trade shows, Bachman lives the hunting lifestyle year-round.
Bachman travels the globe in pursuit of non-stop action and pure entertainment, chasing everything from red stag and 1,000-pound gators to Yukon moose, Boone & Crockett whitetails and thunderous bull elk. She does it all with a bow, shotgun, and rifle, and Winchester Deadly Passion will keep you on the edge of your seat with in-the-moment, fast-paced action. With decades of experience in the toughest environments, Bachman brings useful tips and pure excitement to viewers.
Winchester Deadly Passion with Melissa Bachman airs on Sportsman Channel Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m., Saturdays at 11 p.m., Sundays at 11:30 a.m. and Tuesdays at 8:30 a.m. (EST).
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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