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The annual Linn County News Sweepstakes is making some changes to its setup this year in an effort to simplify the contest for everyone.
This year we’ve streamlined the process. Instead of inserting an envelope into every paper that contains an entry form, along with your option for obtaining a subscription or renewing one you already have and locking in your rate, we are putting the form in the paper as a cutout.
The cutout will be part of a full page dedicated solely to the sweepstakes, and will offer the same options as the entry forms have in the past.

To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online version here


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