NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre is well-known as a fierce competitor, avid
outdoorsman, and staunch supporter of the men and women of America’s armed forces, making him the perfect choice to host a new video series showcasing military veterans — 4Outdoors Featuring Dogs2DogTags. This series, sponsored by national pet retailer, Petco, 4Outdoors Featuring Dogs2DogTags debuts today on Outdoors.com — the premier digital content destination for outdoor enthusiasts.
Favre believes American veterans need more support when returning home from service, which is a main reason why he started 4Outdoors—to help people and organizations in need connect with the outdoors. Favre, Outdoors.com, and 4Outdoors recently partnered with Petco to produce the multi-part video series chronicling
non-profit Dogs2DogTags and their mission of training and pairing rescue dogs with military veterans at no cost.
The powerful, 21-part series will launch on Outdoors.com — the definitive digital destination for those with an unbridled passion for mud, air, fields, water and mountains. Each six-minute episode will highlight the matching of a specially-selected and trained rescue dog with a veteran in need, including the process of how the dogs are trained and how the new teams are paired. Episodes will also showcase the duos enjoying their favorite outdoor activities, such as hunting, hiking and swimming.
“Dogs2DogTags is honored to be associated with Brett Favre, Petco, 4Outdoors, and Outdoors.com,” adds Jeff Edwards, CEO and Chairman of Dogs2DogTags. “Their support allows us to increase awareness of our organization, raise donations, and match more dogs with soldiers in need.”
In addition to being a digital destination for outdoor enthusiasts, Outdoors.com also consists of a content creation studio, digital distribution platform, and sales representation company that reaches almost 50 million people monthly. Outdoors.com’s Emmy award-winning content creators will also feature other athletes, actors, musicians, and public figures as they spend time off the field, off the screen, out of the studio, and away from the office to enjoy the outdoors.
More Outdoors.com content will be announced in the near future!