'Shooter' Supports Hidden Heroes With Premiere Party Events


Hidden Heroes is a campaign from the Elizabeth Dole Foundation that brings vital attention to the untold stories of military caregivers and seeks solutions for the tremendous challenges and long-term needs they face. Shooter is a USA Network show starring Ryan Phillippe as Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger. Ryan is a Hidden Heroes ambassador and the organization is hosting five special premiere party events for Season 2 of the series.

Here are the five events. You can RSVP to attend one of the events by click on the city's name below.

Monday, July 10: Atlanta, GA

Tuesday, July 11: San Antonio, TX

Thursday, July 13: Nashville, TN

Friday, July 14: Pittsburgh, PA

Tuesday, July 18:  Washington, DC

Shooter is based on a series of novels by Stephen Hunter, who based the character of Bob Lee Swagger on Vietnam-era USMC scout sniper Carlos Hathcock. First made into a 2007 movie starring Mark Wahlberg, the series premiered last fall on USA.

If you can't attend one of the events, Shooter returns for Season 2 on Tuesday, July 18 at 10/9c on USA Network.

Here's a PSA with Ryan that explains the Hidden Heroes mission:


Shooter co-stars Omar Epps and Shantel VanSanten are joining Ryan Phillippe as Hidden Heroes Ambassadors. Epps and VanSanten star in two new Hidden Heroes PSAs to raise awareness about military caregivers and their unique needs. You can watch the PSAs here.

Hidden Heroes will be posting live updates from the premiere parties on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You can follow along with #HiddenHeroes and #ShooterTV.


Catch up on the show with this Season 1 Recap.

Note from Hidden Heroes: Shooter is a thriller that centers on a veteran. As such, there may be some war scenes or war-related content. If you or your care recipient is triggered by these types of shows, we ask that you let us know before the premiere party. We want to ensure that this will be an exciting event for the whole family, and would not want any premiere party participant to feel uncomfortable.

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