Remington Announces Anniversary Sweepstakes

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posted on May 6, 2016
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In celebration of Remington’s bicentennial anniversary, the company is giving away 20 firearms a month through the end of 2016. Although content submittal is not necessary to enter, “Big Green” is seeking testimonials from its patrons as a part of the 200-Gun Remington Country Experience Sweepstakes. In order to participate, go to remington.com/200sweepstakes. The company is asking its customers to share (via short format video, still photography and stories) their own “Remington moment,” a cherished memory made with a Remington firearm—and a lucky few will have their content posted on the Remington website for the world to see. remington.com

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