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Now that the newest issue of The Voice has dropped, the team at SNEWS is taking a hard look at all we do to serve you better. We strive to bring you the outdoor industry's best, most relevant business news coverage, and sometimes that means tweaking our strategy based on honest feedback. 

What do you want to read more of? What departments can you live without? How and when do you engage with the content we publish? We want to hear your thoughts, honest and unfiltered.

From all of us, thank you for reading.

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