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Just in time for this year’s hunting and fishing season, and before the hustle and bustle of the holidays, MTN DEW is giving Michiganders the chance to win a five-night cabin stay in the beautiful Hiawatha National Forest as part of their new “Recharge Retreat” program which encourages Dew Nation to spend time out of their homes and into the wild. The giveaway will close for entry in just four days on October 27th, meaning it's time to enter now.

Lucky winners will score a five-night stay in the famed hunting and fishing grounds from November 15 – 21, 2020. The cabin will include DEW swag, a local guide to showcase all the region has to offer, and of course, a fridge full of DEW to power the adventure. By submitting for the MTN DEW Recharge Retreat, over 300 lucky fans will also get the chance to win the latest in exclusive, DEW-branded gear.

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While 2020 may not be the year everyone expected, MTN DEW is still committed to making it special for all of DEW Nation. The MTN DEW Recharge Retreat is part of an overarching campaign “Out Here. It’s DEW.” - focused on celebrating and empowering those who embrace the adventurous spirit of the great outdoors. Whether hunting, fishing, or just simply being in nature with loved ones, MTN DEW hopes to encourage Michiganders to enjoy the outdoor activities they’ve had limited access to during this challenging year.

As MTN DEW fuels fans’ love for the outdoors, the brand is also recharging its local communities by donating $10,000 to the Wounded Heroes Hunting Camp to fund upcoming hunting trips, allowing our nation's heroes to recharge and enjoy the outdoors.

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Now through October 27, interested fans can “check in to get Out Here” by visiting DewRechargeRetreat.com and sharing why they love the outdoors. To participate, entrants must be eighteen years of age, and will be required to upload a current valid Michigan hunting or fishing license. Full rules and regulations can be found HERE. You won’t want to miss it.

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