‘Deer Meat for Dinner’ to highlight the Marianas

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(MVA) — YouTube series “Deer Meat for Dinner” returned to The Marianas this week for what host Robert Arrington is touting as one of his best shows ever.

“Deer Meat for Dinner” features hunting, fishing, diving, and cooking of wild game. After filming in Rota in 2018, Arrington has returned to create an extended series on the Marianas.   The show has 2.3 million subscribers, and its initial seven-part series on Rota has gained 13 million total views.

YouTuber Robert Arrington shows his spearfishing catch on Rota in 2018.  Arrington’s show “Deer Meat for Dinner” returned to the Marianas on June 20, 2020, to film several shows on Saipan, Tinian, and the Northern Islands. MVA photo

“During Mr. Arrington’s visit to the Marianas, he and his team will be traveling to the Northern Islands including Saipan and Tinian,  in an effort to further promote the richness, pristine, and natural wonders our islands have to offer,” said Marianas Visitors Authority Managing Director Priscilla M. Iakopo.  “As the Marianas looks forward to recovering from the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, one of our main focus is to further promote eco-tourism. Through this project, we will be able to showcase a variety of eco-tourism activities to a wide audience.”

“Deer  Meat  for  Dinner”  also  has  82,000  Facebook  followers,  113,000  Instagram followers, and 3,500 followers on Twitter.

Gov. Ralph DLG Torres has accompanied Arrington to the Northern Islands.  Originally scheduled to be in the Marianas for two weeks, the show recently announced its intention to extend production.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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