Popular women’s outdoor publication loses wire look.
Rolla, MO – -(Ammoland.com)- Women’s Outdoor News (The WON) launched a new look on Jan. 2, 2014, as it aligns itself with a modern masonry theme and prepares to upgrade its social networking involvement.
Featuring news, reviews and stories about women who are shooting, hunting, fishing and leading lives of adventure outdoors, this all-female correspondent/columnist/photographer team will be traveling farther this year – to New Zealand and Africa – to bring stories and reports from afield. Some of its members also will be branching out – trying Olympic kayaking, rock climbing and paddle boarding.
With a generous sponsorship from industry leaders in shooting and hunting, The WON brings a wealth of knowledge from its experts and combines it with honest reviews and insight regarding outdoor lifestyles. Readers get an opportunity to interact with the team because of The WON’s vast social networking opportunities at Facebook and Twitter, and soon will include Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn and Instagram this year.
See what TeamWON did in 2013 and check out its inaugural “Year in Review” digital publication, created with the help of Team Smith & Wesson’s Julie Golob.
About Women’s Outdoor News:
Featuring news, reviews and stories about women who shoot, hunt, fish and enjoy adventure through the eyes of talented female columnists, reviewers, photographers and correspondents, Women’s Outdoor News is your online resource for women in the outdoors. Read about influential women in the outdoor industry, learn about shooting sports and follow women who are passionate about hunting, fishing and pursuing adventure outdoors. Discover, engage and connect with members of Team WON at womensoutdoornews.com and on Facebook, Twitter and You-Tube.