Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Vote now to name the Best of the Best 2013 in the Moultrie News’ Reader’s Choice Awards.
The Moultrie News introduced the Best of the Best contest more than six years ago, and the response has been overwhelming.
The categories just keep growing and there are more than 100 to choose from.
Entering is simple. Just write your options on the ballot that will appear each week in the print edition and send it in. Be specific please.
For the first time you may also vote online at www.MoultrieNews.com.
Entries must be received by the Moultrie News by 4 p.m. on March 22.
Winners will be announced in the Moultrie News in June.
Only one ballot per person will be accepted.
You must vote in at least 15 categories and provide your name, address and one telephone number to have your opinions counted.
Only orinal newspaper ballots and online votes accepted.
No photocopies. Entries may be dropped off at the Moultrie News, 134 Columbus Street, Charleston, S.C. 29403.
Limit mail entries to one ballot per envelope.
Upon receipt, entries become property of the Moultrie News. Damaged, illegible, incomplete, forged or altered entries are not valid. The Moultrie News is not responsible for lost, late, misdirected or non-delivered entries.
To be eligible you must be a U.S. resident.
By submitting an entry the contestant authorizes the publication of their name(s). Employees of the Moultrie News and their immediate family members are not eligible.
Additional copies of newspapers can be ordered in bulk. Please call publisher Vickey Boyd at 958-7480 for more details.
Voters will have the opportunity to let us know where to find the best cocktails or craft beer, their favorite grocery store location and even their favorite insurance agent.
It is important that voters be specific in their choices. Ex: Cheers Bar on Coleman Boulevard.
Business owners, ask your customers to get a copy of the Moultrie News to vote or send them to our website.
In addition to the reader’s choice awards, we will feature an editor’s pick.
It is an exciting time to be doing business east of the Cooper.
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