With our DIGITAL EDITION option, you get the same great content as our print magazine, but with the convenience of having all of your CR issues in one library at your fingertips rather than in a pile on the shelf. The digital edition is optimized and readable on all devices big and small. You can access any digital issue on a computer or laptop using your web browser or through the CR app available in the Apple App store and the Google Play store. The digital edition allows you to download, delete, and re-download issues, read issues off-line, bookmark pages, share articles, and search for a particular article across all digital issues.
When you renew, 12 months will be added to your current subscription. If you are changing to a different type of subscrption with this renewal (for example, switching from the Print Magazine to the Digital Edition), we will switch your subscription type for the next possible issue.
If your subscription has expired, we will add you to the next possible mailing of the magazine. Your order confirmation email will include a reference to the specific issue you will receive as well as information on when you can expect that issue to arrive. Past issues can be purchased separately.
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Clean Run is published 12 times a year.
Generally digital editions will be available 7-8 days prior to the issue cover date; for example, May 22 for the June issue. You will be notified via email when each issue becomes available.
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