Cast your vote in the 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards

Deadline is Oct. 10 to be eligible for a $1,000 cash prize.

What do you like best about Surrey and North Delta?

Do you have a favourite jeweller, plumber or shoe store? What’s the best car dealership, restaurant or place to go to hear live music? Is there a politician you find most trustworthy or something you think was the worst use of taxpayers’ money?

The Leader’s fourth-annual Readers’ Choice Awards is now collecting nominations.

By voting, you’ll be entered to win a $1,000 cash prize – or one of several other gifts.

The online voting form is at http://bit.ly/1tJ4eJn or click on the red icon at the top left of The Leader website at surreyleader.com

The deadline to cast votes is Oct. 10.

The Readers’ Choice Awards winners will be announced on Tuesday, Nov. 18.

 

Surrey North Delta Leader

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