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Voting is open for PB's annual 'Best of the Best' awards

Readers can vote once a day per email address for their favorite businesses, ranging from dentists to restaurants to jewelry stores. Votes can be posted for candidates in 95 subcategories under seven categories including Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink, Health & Wellness, Home & Lifestyle, Money & Finance, Shopping & Services and Wheels & Motors.

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It’s time again for Post Bulletin readers to vote for “The Best of the Best” businesses in Rochester.

Readers can vote once a day per email address for their favorite businesses, ranging from dentists to restaurants to jewelry stores. Votes can be posted for candidates in 95 subcategories under seven categories including Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink, Health & Wellness, Home & Lifestyle, Money & Finance, Shopping & Services and Wheels & Motors.

This is the eighth year that the Post Bulletin’s advertising department has put together such an election. The practice started in 2013 under the name “Reader's Choice Award.” In 2018, the name changed to “Best of the Best.”

The voting and daily ballots are tabulated and monitored by a third-party software system.

“Typically, we have more than 100,000 votes during the voting period,” said Post Bulletin advertising director Kati Cooley.

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Voting will be open until Aug. 24.

The results will be announced on Sept. 25 in a special “Best of the Best” section. The Post Bulletin will host a celebration to honor the winners on Sept. 30 at the Mayo Civic Center.

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