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Vote now for your favourites in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards

The Peninsula News Review is opening the options for readers filling out the annual survey of a few of our favourite things on the Saanich Peninsula.

The seventh annual Readers’ Choice tallies the opinions of those who know best where to buy the best muffin or see the best artwork.

“Readers’ Choice is the way our community celebrates the best people, places and events that make the Peninsula a great place to live and visit,” said PNR publisher Jim Parker. “It’s the perfect way to recommend to your 45,000 neighbours where to shop or do business.”

As always, PNR readers can clip the survey and sit down with a cup of coffee while pouring their hearts out on paper. Now we’ve added the option of filling out the survey during a break at work or on a mobile device while awaiting the bus.

“We’ve made it even easier for people to vote for their favourite book store and pet shop this year by putting our survey online. There’s nothing better than voting when you’re still wearing your PJs, so we hope to get tons of responses,” said PNR editor Erin Cardone.

The hard copy questionnaire will be in the March 28 issue of the Peninsula News Review and will appear in every issue until the survey deadline, April 23.

Paper entries can be dropped off or mailed to the Peninsula News Review, 6-9843 Second St. Sidney, B.C. V8L 3C7.

To vote online, click here.

Those who fill out the entire questionnaire will be entered to win a prize. In addition, businesses and people who get the most votes will be awarded at a ceremony in May.

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