cheap Clomiphene for sale102.7 FM KPGZ General Manager Brian Watts and Vice President Jim Dickerson were proud to accept the Best of the Northland Award at the Best of the Northland reception on July 24th, which was held at the Belvior Winery.
The Courier Tribune has long been an advocate of shopping local and supporting the resources in the local area. It is an easy cause to get behind.
The annual Best of the Northland reader’s choice contest is just one way to show retailers, service providers, medical providers, nonprofits and a host of other businesses and individuals that their hard work is making a difference in the community.
As April 9, a total of 20,000 votes had been cast online in this year’s contest. Northlanders want to weigh in on who gets this year’s Best of the Northland seal of approval.
Now in its 29th year, the Best of the Northland invites readers of the Courier-Tribune and Gladstone Dispatch to vote, via write-in ballot, for their favorite establishments and people north of the river in more than 100 categories.
What makes this contest unique among “best of” competitions is that it is truly driven by the voters. Each category starts blank, waiting for the voter to write in their preference. There is no predetermined slate of nominees telling you what is trendy or popular at the moment. That is a determination made by Best of the Northland voters.
If you want to know where Northlanders are gravitating, just pick up the Best of the Northland winner’s tab in the Courier-Tribune or Gladstone Dispatch on July 29 and look on social media for #botnkc2019.