WASHINGTON, D.C. (September 2, 2020) – Safari Club International (SCI) is excited to announce a multi-year partnership with Shock Therapy, a new series hosted by legendary outdoorsman, hunter and outfitter, Jim Shockey.
Shock Therapy with Jim Shockey joins the award-winning producer, author, naturalist and outfitter as he pulls back the curtain on his 25-year archive of what is some of the best hunting and adventure footage ever filmed. Shockey will provide the ultimate backstage pass to some of his wildest, most intriguing adventures from around the globe.
During the show, Shockey and his guests will access it all, with totally uncut and unplugged footage from Jim’s most pulse-pounding adventures in the wild. Jim takes viewers behind the scenes to learn the rest of the story-what really happened on all those episodes of The Professionals, Uncharted, and Jim Shockey’s Hunting Adventures.
Shockey has been an award-winning outdoor writer, wildlife photographer, videographer, naturalist and wilderness guide for nearly 30 years. He owns several exclusive outfitting territories in the wilds of Canada, British Columbia and the famed Rogue River Outfitting in the Yukon Territory. His TV shows have won 15 Golden Moose Awards in his many years of show production.
“Jim Shockey has been a valued friend and member of SCI and we are proud to be a supporter of Shock Therapy,” said Chip Hunnicutt, Director of Marketing and Communications for SCI.
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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