Destination Whitetail is truly a unique format that will entertain as well as inform all deer hunters on how we pursue whitetail across the country. Host Brittney Glaze showcases the people, places and ways to hunt whitetail throughout North America… confirming no two whitetail hunters are the same. In the 43 states that have deer populations, their habitat varies as greatly as the traditions and methods used to hunt them. We follow every imaginable type of hunter and weapon used from guns to crossbows and reveal that each state, county and landowner all have there own way to harvest whitetail. Along the way, we take a look behind the hunt and find out what makes each destination and the people that live there so unique.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 30 minutes
Destination Whitetail - Bass Pro Shops - Netflix
BPS Direct, LLC (doing business as Bass Pro Shops) is an American privately held retailer of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor recreation merchandise. Bass Pro Shops supports and sells merchandise for the National Audubon Society.
Destination Whitetail - Affiliation with NASCAR - Netflix
Bass Pro Shops and its owner, John Morris, have had a longtime interest in NASCAR racing. The company has sponsored such racers as Dale Earnhardt, Kerry Earnhardt, and Martin Truex Jr. Truex won the 2004 and 2005 Busch Series championships in the No. 8 Bass Pro Shops-sponsored Chevy, and drove the No. 1 Chevy for Earnhardt Ganassi Racing in the Sprint Cup series from 2005 to 2009. He got his first win at Dover International Speedway and finished 11th in the Chase for the Nextel Cup in 2007. While Truex, Jr. renewed with Bass Pro Shops as his main sponsor for three years in 2007. In 2009, he announced he would be leaving Earnhardt Ganassi Racing for Michael Waltrip Racing in 2010. Jamie McMurray, former driver of the Roush Fenway Racing Crown Royal Ford Fusion and who is from Joplin, MO (approx. 60 miles away from the national headquarters in Springfield), replaced Truex, Jr. for the 2010 season. McMurray won the 2010 Daytona 500 in his first race driving in the Bass Pro Shops-sponsored Chevrolet. He followed that up by winning the 2010 Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis, making him the 3rd driver to win both races in the same season. He also won the 2010 Bank of America 500 at Lowe's Motor Speedway. In the Xfinity Series, Bass Pro Shops was the main sponsor for the No. 3 car driven by Ty Dillon. Also in the Truck Series, Bass Pro Shops sponsors the No. 32 truck driven by Ryan Truex. Beginning with the 2013 season, Bass Pro Shops signed a multi-year agreement to be the primary sponsor for the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet SS driven by three-time Sprint Cup Champion Tony Stewart. Bass Pro Shops reunited with Martin Truex Jr. in 2016 to be the primary sponsor of the No. 78 Furniture Row Sprint Cup car at the Daytona 500 and eight more races during the 2016 season. In 2017, Truex won his first Cup championship, with Bass Pro Shops as his sponsor. Also in 2016, Bass Pro Shops became the primary sponsor of the August race at Bristol Motor Speedway, one of the most iconic events in NASCAR. The event is now known as the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race. In the 2005 Disney film Herbie: Fully Loaded, Bass Pro Shops is one of two main sponsors of Ray Peyton Jr. (the other being Tracker Boats which Bass Pro Shops owns) Herbie also later receives a Bass Pro Shops sticker on his left rear fender.
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