Vote now through April 17 for Hartselle’s Best of the Best

It’s time once again to celebrate the best in business through the Hartselle Enquirer’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards.  

Let your voice be heard in the second annual Best of the Best contest. Which local restaurant has the hamburger? The best dessert? The best glass of sweet tea? 

The Hartselle Enquirer’s annual recognition program gives readers the special opportunity to make their own decision when it comes to the best businesses in their community. Readers are invited to choose their favorite businesses in 150 categories, from the best walk-in medical clinic to the best lawn care service – and everything in between. Voting is open now through April 17.  

The rules are simple: only one ballot per person will be counted. Ballots can be found on pages 4-5 inside each issue for the duration of the contest.  

To be counted, entries must be received by 5 p.m. April 17, completed either online or on the original newsprint form. No photocopied entries are allowed. 

Winners are determined only by reader votes and will be announced in a special section printed in the Hartselle Enquirer May 24. 

Entries that have a minimum of 25 categories filled out will be entered into a drawing for a $150 cash prize, but entries that are incomplete or do not have complete contact information will not be eligible. 

No purchase is necessary to win the cash prize. 

Entries should include local businesses only. Ballots can be mailed to Hartselle Enquirer Best of Contest, P.O. Box 929, Hartselle, AL 35640. 

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