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RIDGID Teams Up With The Outdoor Option TV Show

Family Oriented Outdoor TV Show Announces Partnership With A Leading Manufacturer Of Innovative Tools And Equipment

ELYRIA, Ohio, Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --  RIDGID – a manufacturer of rugged, innovative tools for the most demanding user, has joined forces as a partner of The Outdoor Option to bring its national television audience exciting outdoor adventures. The Outdoor Option puts you on the edge of your seat as you follow this father, son, and daughter trio. Proud father Dan Reaser leads his 21 year-old son Danny, and 16 year-old daughter Shannon on the great adventures.

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The focus of The Outdoor Option isn't just hunting and fishing, it's more about the shared outdoor adventures of this very engaging family. The close and very traditional family bond of the Reaser's provides the central theme of the show, and you're invited to experience the exciting outdoor lifestyle along with them. You'll also see Grandpa Cecil, the family patriarch and primary source of the family's traditional American lifestyle in a number of the adventures, offering his wisdom and insights along with extended family and special guests. A real American family, "living the dream" of The Outdoor Option.

The Outdoor Option airs nationally on Sportsman Channel Saturdays at 7:30pm, Mondays at 11:30am, Tuesdays at 4:30pm, and Fridays at 4:30am EST. The show also airs nationally on Pursuit Channel Mondays at 9:30pm, Thursdays at Noon and 3:30pm and Fridays at 5:00pm EST. Reaches over 70 million households airing 8 times per week January – June, 2014!

RIDGID®, a leading manufacturer of innovative tools and equipment for the professional trades, markets its products in more than 140 countries. The company's broad offering of more than 300 types of tools, including RIDGIDConnect, an online business tool, serves the rental, plumbing, HVAC/R, utility, industrial, electrical, petroleum, institutional, commercial and hardware markets. RIDGID is part of Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions, a business of Emerson, which brings technology and engineering together to design and produce some of the highest-quality tools and equipment in the world. From wet/dry vacs to the industry's best-selling pipe diagnostic system, key brands include RIDGID®, PROTEAM® and InSinkErator®.

The Outdoor Option is produced by DannyBoy Productions, LLC, airing 13 original episodes for the 26 week run during Q1/Q2 2014.  The Outdoor Option website is: www.theoutdooroption.com , Facebook: www.facebook.com/theoutdooroption and Twitter: @outdooroption

For interviews and more information please contact:

Pat Doyle, Executive Producer, [email protected]

615-925-2771

Media Contact: Pat Doyle, The Outdoor Option, 6159252771, [email protected]

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