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63: How Hard Work and Building Relationships Leads to Success | Shawn Nowlin | Salem Times-Register

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Interview with Shawn Nowlin, Editor at Salem Times-Register:

Shawn Nowlin is a native son of the Roanoke Valley who graduated from Patrick Henry High School in 2007. When he was in the first grade, Shawn told his teacher that he wanted to be a writer when he grew up. That same teacher told him that the bests writers outwork the opposition to get the job done, and that advice has stayed with him all his life. Today, Shawn is the editor of the Salem Times-Register, and he prides himself on raising awareness in the community as a storyteller and a local trusted voice.

 

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