By Kyle Jillson | December 8 2011 08:37
A stack of return envelopes for the 2011 George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest await mailing on NRAblog.

With the winners of the 2011 George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest selected and soon to be on display in our National Firearms Museum here at NRA Headquarters, it's time to return entries back into the hands of their talented artists.

Not every entry is being returned, however. NRA asks that in order for your artwork to be sent back, you provide a pre-paid return envelope so that we may turn around and get your entry in the mail once the contest ends.

A lot of entries came with return envelopes, but not all, and we wanted to remind everyone how to get their artwork back if they didn't initially send the additional envelope.

If you were unaware of the contest's return policy or changed your mind and would like your artwork back, we would be more than happy to help. Just send an envelope (within the envelope to us) or a reusable box, with pre-paid postage for the return trip, to the same address you sent your artwork to this past fall:

George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
11250 Waples Mill Rd.
Fairfax, VA 22030

Simple as that.

You can contact artcontest@nrahq.org or (703) 267-1588 if you have any further questions about the contest.

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