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Voting begins for Best of Richmond 2012

Online voting has already started for Best of Richmond 2012. -
Online voting has already started for Best of Richmond 2012.
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The Richmond Review has launched its annual survey of what makes this city great.

Best of Richmond 2012 is a readers' poll of the best restaurants, shops and services in the island city, while also covering the lighter side of living here.

Online voting started today. Results will be published in a special edition May 30.

"Best of Richmond began in 2008 as a way to highlight the people and places that make Richmond a great city," said Mary Kemmis, publisher of The Richmond Review. "We're excited to discover readers' favourites for 2012."

Familiar categories such as best fine dining restaurant, best dentist and best place to take someone on a first date are back, along with new ones including best preschool, best new business you'd like to see in Steveston and best place for a flash mob.

All entrants who complete a minimum of 10 categories will be entered into a random draw to win $250 to a Richmond restaurant of the winner's choice.

Vote at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/bor2012 until April 30.

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