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ATN Launches Night Vision Photo Contest

April 06, 2012  | 

American Technologies Network has launched a night-vision photo contest for law enforcement, the military, and hunters, according to the company.

Users can win ATN gear by submitting images from night vision optics, goggles, scopes, monoculars, and daytime rifle scopes to show ATN products in use out in the field.

Photos must be submitted to the ATN Facebook wall with a brief description of the product used, the scenario in which it is used in, as well as the location of the photo, no later than June 30.

Prizes for the top photos chosen by ATN include an ATN PVS14-3 (first price), ATN Night Spirit-CGT, ATN 10x43RF binoculars, ATN J600 Tactical Flashlight, and ATN 7x30RF binoculars. Any photo that ATN publishes (except on the ATN Facebook page) will receive an ATN J68 Tactical Flashlight.

Submitted photographs must not contain imagery of profanity, nudity and/or use of illegal substances, cruelty to animals, defamation of property or people of any race, religion or gender. Such photographs will be immediately disqualified. An ATN product of your choice must be shown or used in the photograph.

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