Best of WNC polls are open

Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, step right up! It’s time once again to vote for the Best of Western North Carolina.

Amazing! Dozens of new categories for food, drinks and arts and entertainment.
Thrills! Best of WNC publishes in two issues again this year.
Exciting! Improved balloting system, easier to use than a hurdy gurdy.

What wonders! You can almost hear the calliope whistles and gasps of awe.

There’s only one way to participate in this year’s poll: VOTE


Cast your vote at No paper ballots, please. Only online entries will be accepted.
Only one survey per person. Please. This helps us guarantee that your opinion counts as much as everyone else’s. No snake oil! Make it real!
Name, address, phone number and e-mail address are required. (We will not sell or share this information.)
Ballots must be submitted online before Aug. 24. To vote, you must provide a valid email address, or login in with your Mountain Xpress or Facebook account.
Who will be this year’s local marvels? Now is the time for you to decide.

Voting ends Wednesday, Aug. 24!


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