Surrey-North Delta Leader Readers’ Choice Awards now underway

Place your votes, lend your opinions and be in the running to win some cash.

You could win $1

What do you like best about Surrey and North Delta? What irks you?

Do you have a favourite jeweller, plumber or shoe store? What’s the best car dealership, place to get a taco or venue 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 fifth-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://www.surreyleader.com/contests/ or click on the red icon at the top left of this website.

The Readers’ Choice Awards winners will be published on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

 

For last year’s winners, check here.

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