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Duluth Moves On in Best Outside City Contest

Updated: 05/21/2014 11:50 AM
Created: 05/21/2014 10:31 AM WDIO.com

Duluth won the first round by a landslide and is now going head-to-head with Athens, Ohio in round two of Outside Magazine's Best Outside City contest.

The magazine selected 64 cities for their March Madness-like voting bracket. Thirty-two cities remain after the first elimination.

According to Visit Duluth, Duluth crushed Columbia, Missouri in the first round with 82-percent of the votes. They also said Duluth received the most votes of all 64 cities with over 15,500 votes.

To vote Duluth as the best outside city in America, click here.

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