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4th Annual San Antonio Photo Tournament

Local Photo Tournament “Focuses” on Building Awareness of Breast Cancer Month San Antonio Photo Tournament Offering Professional Photos For Breast Cancer Survivors and Fighters SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – September 3, 2016- The 4th Annual San Antonio Photo Tournament will be focusing on raising the awareness of Breast Cancer Month during its annual photo tournament being held Sunday, October 16, 2016 at the Dominion Country Club. “We selected to focus on the fight against Breast Cancer because it affects so many women and men, especially the image they have of themselves,” said Jim Landers, founder of the San Antonio Photo Tournament

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