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Hartselle Enquirer

Readers’ Choice Awards returns for third year

By Staff Reports

The Hartselle Enquirer invites its readers to participate in the third annual Readers’ Choice Awards that will determine who is the Best of the Best.

These awards celebrate and recognize the best the community has to offer. Vote for your favorites in dozens of categories, and if you vote in more than 25 categories and , you’ll be automatically entered for a chance to win a $150 cash prize. Entries without complete contact information provided will not be eligible. No purchase is necessary to win.

Your vote will determine who has the best cup of coffee, the best clothing and the best cheeseburger in Hartselle. Other categories include Best Veterinary Clinic, Best Dentist, Best Photographer, Best Grocery Store and more.

Vote online by visiting www.hartselleenquirer.com or visit the office to fill out a paper ballot.

Best of the Best winners will be recognized in a special print and online section once the voting has finished and the votes have been tallied.

Let the voting begin.

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