Voting now open for annual Readers' Choice Awards

Community Sep 15, 2017 by Sean Allen Norfolk News

Our team at Norfolk News is once again thrilled with the response we’ve had to date for the eighth annual Readers’ Choice Awards. 

Businesses, people, restaurants and organizations have been nominated as the best of the best that our area has to offer. 

The full list of nominees for all 300-plus categories is available online at http://NorfolkNews.CommunityVotes.com

Now it’s up to you, our readers, to make your vote count! 

Voting began Sept. 14 at 9 a.m. and continues until Sunday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m. 

We had an overwhelming response this year of more than 55,000 nominations for 13,275 nominees. 

You have taken the time to nominate so many deserving businesses and people in our community, but nominating is only half the battle. Now they need your votes. 

As you can infer from the numbers, many of our nominees were sent in more than once. We’ve done our absolute best to make sure all nominees appear only once in a category — and have been spelled correctly. 

If you catch a repeat online, please contact our central office at 519-758-1157. We will reach out to our third-party contractor responsible for tabulating votes, who can merge duplicate nominees ensuring that no votes are lost. They also have the power to correct any errors in the names without affecting the vote total. 

Votes can only be cast online with one vote per email address per day accepted. 

Navigate to http://NorfolkNews.CommunityVotes.com to vote for your favourite nominees and show them how much you appreciate them. 

Winners will be announced in a special Readers’ Choice winners section to be delivered to over 31,000 homes on Oct. 26. 

Four winning divisions — diamond, platinum, gold and honourable mention — will be awarded in each of over 300 categories, including best business and service, best entertainment and sports, best food and drink, and best people. 

Congratulations to all of our nominees and best of luck. Now, make your vote count!


Voting now open for annual Readers' Choice Awards

Vote for the best of the best that Norfolk has to offer

Community Sep 15, 2017 by Sean Allen Norfolk News

Our team at Norfolk News is once again thrilled with the response we’ve had to date for the eighth annual Readers’ Choice Awards. 

Businesses, people, restaurants and organizations have been nominated as the best of the best that our area has to offer. 

The full list of nominees for all 300-plus categories is available online at http://NorfolkNews.CommunityVotes.com

Now it’s up to you, our readers, to make your vote count! 

Voting began Sept. 14 at 9 a.m. and continues until Sunday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m. 

We had an overwhelming response this year of more than 55,000 nominations for 13,275 nominees. 

You have taken the time to nominate so many deserving businesses and people in our community, but nominating is only half the battle. Now they need your votes. 

As you can infer from the numbers, many of our nominees were sent in more than once. We’ve done our absolute best to make sure all nominees appear only once in a category — and have been spelled correctly. 

If you catch a repeat online, please contact our central office at 519-758-1157. We will reach out to our third-party contractor responsible for tabulating votes, who can merge duplicate nominees ensuring that no votes are lost. They also have the power to correct any errors in the names without affecting the vote total. 

Votes can only be cast online with one vote per email address per day accepted. 

Navigate to http://NorfolkNews.CommunityVotes.com to vote for your favourite nominees and show them how much you appreciate them. 

Winners will be announced in a special Readers’ Choice winners section to be delivered to over 31,000 homes on Oct. 26. 

Four winning divisions — diamond, platinum, gold and honourable mention — will be awarded in each of over 300 categories, including best business and service, best entertainment and sports, best food and drink, and best people. 

Congratulations to all of our nominees and best of luck. Now, make your vote count!


Voting now open for annual Readers' Choice Awards

Vote for the best of the best that Norfolk has to offer

Community Sep 15, 2017 by Sean Allen Norfolk News

Our team at Norfolk News is once again thrilled with the response we’ve had to date for the eighth annual Readers’ Choice Awards. 

Businesses, people, restaurants and organizations have been nominated as the best of the best that our area has to offer. 

The full list of nominees for all 300-plus categories is available online at http://NorfolkNews.CommunityVotes.com

Now it’s up to you, our readers, to make your vote count! 

Voting began Sept. 14 at 9 a.m. and continues until Sunday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m. 

We had an overwhelming response this year of more than 55,000 nominations for 13,275 nominees. 

You have taken the time to nominate so many deserving businesses and people in our community, but nominating is only half the battle. Now they need your votes. 

As you can infer from the numbers, many of our nominees were sent in more than once. We’ve done our absolute best to make sure all nominees appear only once in a category — and have been spelled correctly. 

If you catch a repeat online, please contact our central office at 519-758-1157. We will reach out to our third-party contractor responsible for tabulating votes, who can merge duplicate nominees ensuring that no votes are lost. They also have the power to correct any errors in the names without affecting the vote total. 

Votes can only be cast online with one vote per email address per day accepted. 

Navigate to http://NorfolkNews.CommunityVotes.com to vote for your favourite nominees and show them how much you appreciate them. 

Winners will be announced in a special Readers’ Choice winners section to be delivered to over 31,000 homes on Oct. 26. 

Four winning divisions — diamond, platinum, gold and honourable mention — will be awarded in each of over 300 categories, including best business and service, best entertainment and sports, best food and drink, and best people. 

Congratulations to all of our nominees and best of luck. Now, make your vote count!