WYNIT, Inc., the distributor of consumer electronics for the outdoor enthusiast, and Olympus Imaging America Inc., announced details for the second annual OR Summer Show Photo Contest, “Spirit of the Great Outdoors.” WYNIT and Olympus are sponsoring the contest in cooperation with Outdoor Retailer.
The “Spirit of the Great Outdoors” Photo Contest is open to all outdoor retailers in the U.S. Others eligible to participate include members of the Outdoor Industry Association and attendees and exhibitors at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2007 to be held in Salt Lake City August 9-12.
All entries must be submitted by July 15, 2007. Winners will be announced at the Outdoor Retailers Summer Show. Winning entries will be displayed throughout the show in WYNITs booth # 39167. Prizes will include Olympus digital cameras.
WYNIT, based in North Syracuse, NY, a leading national will be an exhibitor at the Summer Outdoor Retailer Show and will have a variety of Olympus digital cameras and binoculars on display in its booth (#39167) along with other products WYNIT sells to outdoor retailers nationwide.
According to Pete Richichi, executive vice president of Sales and Marketing at WYNIT, photo entries in the “Spirit of the Great Outdoors” Photo Contest must be submitted in digital format but can be of any subject deemed appropriate by the contest organizers that feature the great outdoors.
“We encourage folks to submit pictures that demonstrate the excitement of the great outdoors and why it is important to preserve our great American heritage. Certainly, every outdoor retailer gets the chance to enjoy the great outdoors and capture some of the beauty this country has to offer,” Richichi noted. “Ill bet everyone has some great pictures in their cameras or on their computer that would be perfect for entering this contest.
Were pleased to be able to help organize this photo contest with the Outdoor Retailer Summer Show, which is a major event for us at WYNIT as we continue to expand the number of consumer electronic products we offer to retailers.”