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DEW starts 2nd phase of 'Outdoor Stimulus'

DEW starts 2nd phase of 'Outdoor Stimulus'

On July 15, a passion for the outdoors led DEW Nation to fully exhaust the first $100,000 MTN DEW Outdoor Stimulus within five hours. To once again empower the pursuits of those who embrace the adventurous spirit of the great outdoors, MTN DEW is bringing back the program for a second phase, giving outdoor enthusiasts an additional $100,000 to reimburse 2020 hunting and fishing permits, up to 100 permit applications per day for 50 days. To celebrate the new "Out Here. It's DEW." campaign, DEW will continue to empower those who eagerly want to do what they love this summer, but missed their chance the first time around.

Anglers and hunters can once again apply for the MTN DEW Outdoor Stimulus by visiting DewOutdoors.com/Stimulus and submitting photos of their fishing and/or hunting permits from the last year (Jan. 1, 2019 – consumer redemption date). Up to $2,000 will be available daily until the full $100,000 has been claimed, giving outdoor enthusiasts a chance to apply for reimbursement through September.

The additional MTN DEW Outdoor Stimulus will reimburse one permit per household up to $20 in total via Venmo or check payment. The fund opens at 9 a.m. CT every day and closes after the first 100 people apply – first come, first served.

Full rules and regulations for the program can be found at DewOutdoors.com/Stimulus.

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