Sportsman Channel Launches First-Ever Space City Consumer Event 'Sportsman Channel Outdoor Fest'

More than 500 vendors expected to join Sportsman Channel and Comcast Houston at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston to promote and celebrate outdoor lifestyle pursuits on July 20-22, 2018

Sportsman Channel Launches First-Ever Space City Consumer Event 'Sportsman Channel Outdoor Fest'
The Sportsman Channel Outdoor Fest is a family friendly event taking place at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. (Photo courtesy of SCOutdoorfest.com)

More than 500 vendors and 15,000 patrons are expected to converge on the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston on July 20-22 as Outdoor Sportsman Group’s Sportsman Channel plays host to the first-ever Sportsman Channel Outdoor Fest. Comcast Houston has signed on as the event’s first major sponsor.

With nearly 1.1 million hunters and nearly 2.4 million anglers living in Texas and spending more than $6.2 billion dollars annually in their respective pursuits, the Sportsman Channel Outdoor Fest expects more than 15,000 outdoor lifestyle enthusiasts to attend the first-ever Sportsman Channel Outdoor Fest over the three day exposition. The George R. Brown Convention Center covers more than 220,000 square feet of exhibit hall space and will welcome exhibitors from the outdoor marketplace. Besides showcasing some of the most current outdoor lifestyle equipment, gadgets, clothing and recreational accessories, the jam-packed schedule of events also will include: speaking programs and discussions about outdoor lifestyle issues and current events, celebrity appearances, seminars, demonstrations and more.

“Besides plenty of proud Astros fans, we know Houston has its share of outdoorsmen and women too,” Outdoor Sportsman Group President and CEO, Jim Liberatore said. “With Houston’s rich tradition in hunting, fishing and outdoor lifestyle activities, the Sportsman Channel Outdoor Fest will remind all of us about the positive wonders of the outdoors in spite of the fury nature sometimes displays.”

To buy tickets to this year’s Sportsman Channel Outdoor Fest, visit www.SCOutdoorfest.com.


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