It's a Swamp Thing



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SCRIPT: Lifestyles, I'm Brian Osuch. The third season of Swamp People debuted on the History Channel last night and Louisiana's Lieutenant Governor, Jay Dardenne says the show does more than just depict his state's beauty and natural resources. CUT: (L Gov.Dardenne) It gives us a wonderful chance to talk about our many passions. That's our brand for Louisiana, "Pick Your Passion." We're passionate about our food and our music and our festivals and our outdoor life. SCRIPT: Troy Landry is the star of Swamp People and says there will be some news faces this season. CUT: (Landry) There's a couple of new young hunters that's going to be on the show. My youngest son is going to be on the show. He's going to be fishing with his brother Jacob. SCRIPT: Lieutenant Governor, how has Swamp People helped with Louisiana tourism? CUT: (LGov. Dardenne) It's given us the opportunity to showcase our outdoor life and our beautiful natural settings to people all over the world. And, people can visit Louisiana-Travel-dot-com and learn about swamp tour opportunities and adventures all throughout both south and north Louisiana. SCRIPT: For more, long onto Louisiana-Travel-dot-com. That's Lifestyles from Louisiana Office of Tourism.
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