Entry Form: People's Choice Awards 2012

Vote & Win: Agassiz Harrison Hope People’s Choice Awards

Win prizes courtesy of the Agassiz Harrison Hope Observer

In this day and age where we work hard to earn the money we pay out for goods and services, don’t you often think when you have amazing service or a wonderful product, that you’d like to give them a pat on the back? Now you can!

Look for our 2012 People’s Choice Awards voter sheets that are running in this week’s Observer and up until March 12th, where you vote for your favourite business, employee, place to go, thing to do… you get the idea.

Closing date: March 12th 2012 @5pm. Judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Three reader prizes will be awarded. Prizes will be awarded and announced following close of contest. Over 80 categories to choose from. If you prefer, submit your entries at this link.

 

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