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About Patrick and Brandon Eger
Patrick Eger is the host and producer of Big E TV. He came from the Farm fields of central Wisconsin and after high school he entered the U.S. Army as a Military Police officer as a combat and non-combat MP. Patrick served honorably and has received 3 honorable discharges as each time this country called on his special skills in our times of need he answered the call.
Between his times in the service he was a marketing expert for AGCO manufacturing, training sales and service personnel across the country and across the globe on specialized hydrostatic agricultural machinery operation and sales. His passion was always the hunting business and in 1999 he started a part time video series with his son called “Pure Adrenaline Outdoors”. With his son shortly thereafter joining the military, the video series was put on hold and Patrick soon realized the need to focus on the mission at hand of uniting hunters to prevent the loss of our hard earned rights and freedoms through division within our own ranks.
It was the realization of the need of preserves and ranches by seeing his comrades, ill children, people who did not have time to hunt elsewhere and people who could not hunt elsewhere that drove him to fine tune Big E TV and make it his Passion, his Drive and his life.
Brandon Eger – The co-host of Big E TV began working with his father in 1999 at a very young age in their part time video series “Pure Adrenaline Outdoors”. By starting so young he became one of the most talented outdoor videographers in the business and a true asset to the show, able to guide and film quality video at the same time. Brandon also served in the U.S. Army reserves as an Engineer and returned to work with his father as soon as he was released.
His efforts to help build Big E TV and his mutual desire to help educate and unite hunters to protect rights and freedoms is instrumental. Brandon realizes how important all hunting is and how important it is for every hunter to support one another regardless whether they choose to participate in each other’s activity or not. In Brandon’s words, “The only way we can assure a future of hunting is to stand together on ALL fronts”.