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Illustration by Shaylyn Berlew.
Illustration by Shaylyn Berlew.

November may still be a few months away, but one election is gearing up to start.

Beginning Monday, August 22 you can cast your vote for you favorites – from pizza and pasta to bars and nightlife – in the annual Best of Brooklyn competition.

Now in its fifth year, the Best of Brooklyn program has grown to be a coveted award for Brooklyn’s best businesses. Hundreds of businesses are nominated and thousands of the public vote each year. There will only be one first place winner in each category crowned BEST OF Brooklyn.

Voting ends October 21 at midnight, so be sure to cat your ballot!

The exposure of Best of Brooklyn is enormous for the businesses involved.

Each business that wins gets the right to utilize the “Best Of” logo/mark that is promoted in a tremendous amount of marketing including plaques, banners, print advertisements, digital marketing, social media marketing, outdoor advertising, email signatures, business cards and so much more.

Recognition means the world to the winners, and along with that distinction comes a great deal of pride. The Best of Brooklyn’s impact is undeniable—it touches hearts and changes lives with these unique and distinguished marks of excellence.

So on Monday, August 22, go to http://bestof.brokelyn.com to vote. You are allowed one vote per IP address per day for each category. For more information, call 718-224-5863, Ext 227.

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