Did you hear?... The 10th Annual Outdoor Industry Leadership Awards recognized four individuals

The 10th Annual Outdoor Industry Leadership Awards, co-sponsored by the Outdoor Industry Association and Outdoor Retailer, recognized four people in front of a crowd of 250 in Salt Lake City.
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The 10th Annual Outdoor Industry Leadership Awards, co-sponsored by the Outdoor Industry Association and Outdoor Retailer, recognized four people in front of a crowd of 250 in Salt Lake City during the annual Outdoor Retailer show. Joan Keller, of Le Travel Store in San Diego, Calif., received the retailer award; Cindy and Jim Holton, of the Holton Sales Group in Eden Prairie, Minn., received the rep award; and Carolyn Cooke, owner of Isis women’s apparel, won for manufacturers. Each was presented with a special Brunton compass.

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