First annual Readers’ Choice Awards launched

What do you like best about Surrey and North Delta – in food, fashion, fun and more?

The Leader is launching its first-annual Readers’ Choice Awards and we need your first-hand knowledge of the best that Surrey and North Delta have to offer.

Please take a moment to cast your votes online. There’s a host of categories – from best boot camp to best place to people-watch.

For your efforts, you’ll be automatically entered to win a top prize of $1,000 cash – or one of several other gifts, including a shopping spree at Central City; dinner at the Sheraton Guildford; a night at  Fraser Downs; and more.

The online voting form is on this website. Scroll down, look on the right-hand side of the site for The Leader awards logo and click on the VOTE TODAY for a chance to WIN $1,000 CASH!

You can go directly to the voting form here.

The deadline to cast your votes is Monday, Oct. 31 at 5 p.m.

The Readers’ Choice Awards winners will be announced in a special edition of The Surrey-North Delta Leader on Tuesday, Nov. 29.

Good luck!

Surrey North Delta Leader

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