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Video contest invites filmmakers, videographers

Amateur filmmakers and videographers are invited to enter the Ingenuity Frontier Video Contest to show why northwest Minnesota is a great place to live and work, as well as a place where manufacturing thrives. A $500 cash prize will go the winnin...

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Amateur filmmakers and videographers are invited to enter the Ingenuity Frontier Video Contest to show why northwest Minnesota is a great place to live and work, as well as a place where manufacturing thrives. A $500 cash prize will go the winning video. The competition opens Oct. 1 and the deadline for submissions is Nov. 30.

For more information and a copy of the application form, log on to www.ingenuityfrontier.com .

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