Some of the stories Americans have shared include:
descriptions and photos of the most scenic spot in town; famous (or infamous) historical figures from the area; and
the people, places and local businesses that make their town one-of-a-kind.
From now until May 31, locals are invited to log on to www.readersdigest.com/america to share personal stories and photos that illustrate what makes their town special.
The author of the winning story will receive a cash prize of $1,000 and their town will be featured on the cover of an upcoming issue of Reader’s Digest magazine.
This is an opportunity for individuals to shine and possibly bring national attention to their hometowns!
In addition, each week a new American town will be named America’s Most Interesting Town by popular vote and will be featured on the website and in an upcoming issue of Reader’s Digest. Locals can show their community spirit by logging on and voting for their town as many times as they like.
We encourage you to let your readers know about this opportunity and start a conversation locally about what makes your community one-of-a-kind.
For more information about the campaign’s activity in your area, please visit www.readersdigest.com/america or contact me.