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We'd like to put your photo on our weather page

We're launching a new site next month and we need you to help us put one of the final pieces in place. We need an iconic Minnesota weather image to be the centerpiece of our weather page. Will you take it for us? Send us your weather photo by November 1 and you could win a special gift.
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After a long, cold winter we're ready for a new spring photo to top the BringMeTheNews.com weather page.

We want to feature an iconic Minnesota spring weather image on the page, and we want you to take it.

Here's how this will will work:

Send us your great pic of Minnesota in the springtime — robins, flowers, trails, lakes, green grass, etc. — and we'll use it on our page and give you credit.

Photos can be sent to contests@bringmethenews.com.

Happy shooting!

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