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Nominations sought for Best of Nash County contest

Recommend your favorite business, service by April 18

Posted on April 5, 2021

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Who is Nash County’s best insurance agent? What is the best local company to work for? Where can you find the area’s best sweet tea?

The Enterprise this week is launching a county-wide contest where readers can nominate and vote on their favorite businesses, products and services.

Best of Nash County aims to find the best oil change, the best waiter, the best attorney, the best heating and air conditioning service, the best real estate agency and the best boutique. There are 103 categories in all.

Nominations are now being accepted until April 18 at http://springhopeenterprise.com/bestofnash.

The voting phase will run through April 21 through May 4.

Nominated businesses can register to receive a complimentary promotion kit, which includes graphics they can post to their social media pages or print and display by their cash register, encouraging their customers to vote.

When the ballots are tallied up, the winners will receive an official Best of Nash County window decal and a listing in the winners’ guide published in the Wednesday, May 26 edition of The Enterprise and on the winners’ website.

“We’re honored to celebrate the best small businesses in Nash County,” said Shana Hoover, vice president of sales and marketing for Restoration NewsMedia.  “Local retailers have survived a tough year.  This is our chance to recognize their hard work during a challenging time.” 

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