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Posted: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 4:00 am

Recognize your favorite business by voting in 2014 Best of the Northwest

Do you know of a restaurant, hair-care salon or other business that you think deserves recognition in the Northwest? Now is your time to vote on establishments in Oro Valley, Marana, Pima County and Pinal County.

Do you know of a police officer, teacher or volunteer who deserves to be recognized in the annual best of edition? Now is your chance to vote.

From food, to nail-care, eye-care and auto care, it’s all on the list as part of The Explorer’s Best of the Northwest.

Cast your votes through Feb. 14. Votes will be tallied, and announced in a special section in March.

Click Here To Vote: www.explorernews.com/vote.

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1 comment:

  • nbljw4388 posted at 7:36 pm on Wed, Jan 1, 2014.

    nbljw4388 Posts: 1

    As a Marana resident and a former Special SAgent, FBI, I believe we have the finest Police Chief of any municipality of its size in Terry Rozema.

     

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