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This is from NAHC newsletter:"Olivia Angelloz of Sidney, Nebraska, was crowned Mrs. Nebraska August 3 on the platform of her pro-hunting message. And during the Mrs. America competition this month in Hawaii, she says she'll continue promoting the sport, and hopefully reach a wider audience.

"I'm proud and honored to represent Nebraska, but also the international family of sportsmen and women of which I am a part," said Angelloz, who works at the Sidney, Nebraska, headquarters of Cabela's. "The Mrs. America pageant is a vehicle by which I can educate the public on the important role hunters play as conservationists, stewards of wildlife and humanitarians worldwide."

The Mrs. America competition comes to an end September 19 with the crowning ceremony. Highlights of the pageant will be broadcast on the PAX television network October 11 and 18. "
 

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That is super!!!! Hey, got any snapshots of this young lady? She's the kind of spokesperson we need to promote Vegas' shoot.
 

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Yup! She's a keeper! I am serious- she's the kind of woman that we need to drive this archery vehicle up the long hard mountain of public acceptance. Does anyone feel like writing her a letter asking her to help us(archers) promote our sport. If we could get her to sign autographs for one day at Vegas, we could get the media to cover her (and maybe a few of us)
 

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I think it's a great idea! All of us here at AT voted, and you were elected to write the letter Jim:D (or at least talk to the promoters for Vegas).
 

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RRRROOOOWWWWLLLL!

Wow, looking that good and has a great attitude, nice! Now let me see, if she owns a 4 wheel drive and can gut a deer--- she's a full 10!!!
 
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