Mark Steines Is Inspiring Americans to Express Patriotism, Gratitude for Troops!

April 28, 2014

Mark Steines Is Inspiring Americans to Express Patriotism, Gratitude for Troops!

Television Host Mark Steines is lacing up his Boot Campaign combat boots to express his gratitude for the 1.4 million men and women serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. Mark’s official “boot shoot” can now be seen on http://BootCampaign.com. By posing in combat boots, Mark’s photo awakens Americans to the necessity of honoring the service and sacrifice of our nation’s military. The Boot Campaign is a national 501c3 nonprofit based in Texas that is dedicated to cultivating awareness, promoting patriotism, and providing assistance to military, past and present, and their families.

Mark was introduced to the Boot Campaign in 2013 when he and his “Home and  Family” co-host Cristina Ferrare did their first “boot shoot” along with Boot Campaign Hero Ambassador Johnny “Joey” Jones (USMC Ret.). He has also lent his voice to a video highlighting the partnership of Boot Campaign and Veterans United.

With the release of his official “When They Come Back, We Give Back” boot photo, Mark joins a growing chorus of more than 400 actors, musicians, professional athletes, politicians and other news makers in lacing up boots to awaken the patriot in all Americans. The Boot Campaign encourages Americans to purchase and wear a pair of its signature combat boots as a tangible expression of gratitude for U.S. military personnel. Proceeds from the sale of these signature combat boots are used to fund the Boot Campaign’s mission of awareness, patriotism and assistance.

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About Mark Steines

Emmy award-winning journalist Mark Steines hosts Hallmark Channel’s Emmy-nominated “Home & Family.” After more than 17 years on “Entertainment Tonight,” Steines and his co-host Cristina Ferrare entertain and inform their audience daily with an array entertaining and relevant lifestyle topics, do-it-yourself projects, cooking, celebrities and experts.

From small town Iowa to the red carpets of Hollywood, three-time Emmy winner Steines has established himself as one of the most trusted and charismatic figures in entertainment news. During his tenure at “Entertainment Tonight” he interviewed 100s of A-list actors, producers, musicians and athletes.

Recently, Steines has received rave reviews as a photographer. His appreciation for all things beautiful is captured in his portraits and majestic landscapes. His artwork can be seen on the walls inside many exclusive Hollywood homes and offices. His photo book “See The Light: A Passage To Sierra Leone,” documents the Light House Medical Mission’s trip to raise awareness for fresh water in impoverished countries.

A born fitness enthusiast, Steines was featured in People Magazine’s coveted “Sexiest Man Alive” issue and Men’s Fitness Magazine’s “25 Fittest Men in America.” Currently, he is working with fitness expert Tony Horton and Beachbody showing people how to stay in shape with the “10-Minute Trainer” program.

Born and raised in Dubuque, Iowa, he attended the University of Northern Iowa on a full football scholarship and graduated with a degree in Radio and Television. Steines began his broadcast career as a regional television sports reporter, which later brought him to Los Angeles and national television. Not one to forget his roots, Steines established a mentorship program with his alma mater, equipping students with the tools necessary to successfully transition from the classroom to a career.

An avid hands-on do-it-yourself guy, Steines enjoys spending his free time fixing, remodeling and restoring all things in disrepair. He resides in Los Angeles and Ojai, California with his two sons.

Online he can be found on twitter at @Marksteines or at www.Marksteines.com

Mark Steines Is Inspiring Americans to Express Patriotism, Gratitude for Troops!

April 28, 2014

Mark Steines Is Inspiring Americans to Express Patriotism, Gratitude for Troops!

Television Host Mark Steines is lacing up his Boot Campaign combat boots to express his gratitude for the 1.4 million men and women serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.  Mark’s official “boot shoot” can now be seen on http://BootCampaign.com.  By posing in combat boots, Mark’s photo awakens Americans to the necessity of honoring the service and sacrifice of our nation’s military. The Boot Campaign is a national 501c3 nonprofit based in Texas that is dedicated to cultivating awareness, promoting patriotism, and providing assistance to military, past and present, and their families.

Mark was introduced to the Boot Campaign in 2013 when he and his “Home and  Family” co-host Cristina Ferrare did their first “boot shoot” along with Boot Campaign Hero Ambassador Johnny “Joey” Jones (USMC Ret.). He has also lent his voice to a video highlighting the partnership of Boot Campaign and Veterans United.

With the release of his official “When They Come Back, We Give Back” boot photo, Mark joins a growing chorus of more than 400 actors, musicians, professional athletes, politicians and other news makers in lacing up boots to awaken the patriot in all Americans.  The Boot Campaign encourages Americans to purchase and wear a pair of its signature combat boots as a tangible expression of gratitude for U.S. military personnel.  Proceeds from the sale of these signature combat boots are used to fund the Boot Campaign’s mission of awareness, patriotism and assistance.

 

By:

Justin Tordella

Creative Director