New York Outdoor News Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary with Limited Edition Cap
Plymouth, Minn. — New York Outdoor News, one of the seven Outdoor News titles published by Outdoor News, Inc., is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with a limited edition cap available exclusively to subscribers who visit the New York Outdoor News booth at one of several New York area sport shows this season.
New York Outdoor News joined the family of locally written, state-specific fishing and hunting outdoor newspapers in 2005. The seven titles now include publications in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Illinois.
Consumers who sign up to receive a one- or two-year print subscription to New York Outdoor News at the company’s booth during a New York sport show will have their choice of one of several cap designs that feature the 10-year milestone embroidery. One of these events is the Central New York Sportsman’s Show in Oneida, NY on Feb. 7, 2015, where visitors also will find New York Outdoor News offering subscriptions and complimentary copies of the newspaper. See an online, comprehensive list of the sport shows where New York Outdoor News will be exhibiting at OutdoorNews.com.
New York Outdoor News coverage is specifically geared towards hunters and anglers in the Empire State, with Editor Steve Piatt focusing on valuable tips and techniques, gear profiles, conservation and natural resource issues, archery, fishing, and news about regional shooting sports.
About Outdoor News, Inc.: Outdoor News provides in-depth coverage of hunting and shooting sports, fishing, archery, conservation, and other natural resource issues. Robert A. Drieslein is the president of the privately held company established in 1968. With regional editors, columnists, and sales reps in seven states, Outdoor News publishes in Minnesota 52 times a year, and in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York 26 times per year. New York Outdoor News also is available via digital subscription. For more information, visit www.outdoornews.com or call (800) 535-5191.