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Brooklynites are a proud bunch and competition for the love of their favorites is intense! Our readers know Brooklyn better than anyone and the Dime Best of Brooklyn competition is your chance to determine which businesses are the most outstanding when it comes to everything from arts and entertainment to services and shopping.

The competition — now sponsored by Dime Community Bank — has grown to be a coveted award for Brooklyn’s best businesses. The Dime Best of Brooklyn program allows the public to nominate and then vote for the best businesses in Brooklyn in a wide range of categories and sub-categories. Hundreds of businesses are nominated and thousands of Brooklyn residents vote each year.

But nominations are only open through midnight on Friday, March 3. From there, the top 10-15 nominees will advance to the official ballot, voting for which will begin March 24.

One winner in each category will be crowned Dime Best of Brooklyn to stand out from the competition and gain unparalleled bragging rights.

To be a part of Dime Best of Brooklyn, simply nominate your business at www.bestofbk.com.

Go to www.bestofbk.com today to make sure your favorite is in it to win it!

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