Help SNEWS and The Voice win an Outdoor Media Award

Loyal SNEWS fans, we need your help.
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Here at SNEWS, our top priority is to bring you the most relevant, accurate, up-to-the-minute news in the outdoor industry. We don't do it for the awards, but when a nomination does come our way, we're deeply flattered. It means that we're doing something right in our service to you, our readers.

Both SNEWS and The Voice have been nominated for Outdoor Media Awards in the category of Best Outdoor Publication 2019. We need you, fans and followers, to help get us across the finish line. Please consider voting for us in the pinned post at the top of our Facebook page if you appreciate what we do here at SNEWS, and if you'd like to see our work continue into the future. 

From all of us: Thank you.

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