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Vote for the Best of Kirkland 2012, coming soon

The Kirkland Reporter will launch its Best of Kirkland 2012 contest on March 30.  - File art
The Kirkland Reporter will launch its Best of Kirkland 2012 contest on March 30.
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Kirkland is home to some fine restaurants, booming businesses and sensational schools. There are also many great spots in Kirkland to take a date, get your hair or nails done, clothes dry-cleaned and other activities.

We would like you to share your favorite spots with us as the Reporter launches its 3rd annual “Best of Kirkland 2012” contest. Please look for the contest ballot in next week’s (March 30) print issue.

The purpose of the contest is to salute entrepreneurs, officials and organizations that help make Kirkland the Northwest gem that it is.

Participants may nominate their favorites in more than 40 categories, including best service, shopping, food, living and most unique business.

Complete your entry online at www.KirklandReporter.com by clicking on the “Best of Kirkland” link (coming soon), or mail/bring in your completed entry to the Kirkland Reporter: 11630 Slater Ave. N.E., Suite 9, Kirkland, WA, 98034. One entry per household.

All completed ballots will be entered into a drawing and the winner will receive a $200 Fred Meyer gift card, courtesy of Kirkland Fred Meyer.

Nominees must be a business of Kirkland to be eligible. Also, please be sure to fill as many categories as possible as entries must have at least 20 categories completed to be counted.

So start thinking about the best of the best in Kirkland and send us your ballots by 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 25!

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