- Dec. 11, 2017
-- CarbonTV debuts an all new episode of their Original Series Heartlandia, featuring waterfowl hunter and co-owner of Habitat Flats Tony Vandemore. The web-series is presented by Cabela's. CarbonTV is available on-demand for free on www.carbontv.com and on OTT apps on Roku, Apple AirPlay, Xbox One, iOS, Android, Samsung Smart TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
In this new episode of Heartlandia, a series providing viewers unfiltered experiences in the American Heartland, host Gunner Scott, a rising country musician and USMC Scout Sniper, heads out to Sumner, Missouri. He meets up with Tony Vandemore, a well-known waterfowl hunter and co-owner of Habitat Flats, and experiences a hunting trip of a lifetime.
Vandemore's first started duck hunting while he was a toddler in his home state of Illinois, and he has since grown to become one of the world's leading authorities on waterfowl hunting and habitat management. Today he operates Habitat Flats, from land management to guiding. Vandemore is also a renowned outdoor photographer and dedicated conservationist, as well as being the Lead Ambassador of the Under Armour Waterfowl Athletes.
"This episode is an incredible addition to our Heartlandia Original Series," says Kelley Wolf Griffith, VP of Production at Carbon Media Group. "Tony Vandemore and Habitat Flats gave us behind-the-scenes access as to what it takes to run such a legendary establishment. We are excited to share this experience with our core audience."
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