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'Best of The Globe 2017' launching

WORTHINGTON -- Who's the best of the best in our region? The Globe wants your help in finding out. For the first time, The Globe is offering the opportunity for readers to put their favorite local businesses in the spotlight with "Best of the Glo...

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WORTHINGTON - Who’s the best of the best in our region?

 

The Globe wants your help in finding out.

 

For the first time, The Globe is offering the opportunity for readers to put their favorite local businesses in the spotlight with “Best of the Globe 2017.” Votes for businesses in the Minnesota counties of Nobles, Cottonwood, Jackson, Murray, Pipestone and Rock, along with Osceola County in Iowa, will be accepted.

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Readers’ completed ballots will give them a chance to receive one of three $100 Chamber bucks certificates. Votes will be collected in multiple categories under the banners of Food, Shopping, Professional and Services & Business. This is your chance to celebrate the successful businesses, big and small, throughout our region. Whether it’s outstanding customer service, business location or product selection - or any number of other assets -  readers can use their ballots to tell us the “Best of the Globe.”

 

The ballot will appear in print editions of The Globe and The Bulletin. They must be received at the newspaper or postmarked between Wednesday, Sept. 6 and Saturday, Sept. 30.

 

“Without your vote, this opportunity to recognize the greats of our community would not be possible,” said Joni Harms, publisher of The Globe.

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