Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Elote, Tanning and Shot Fans: We Need Your Input

Posted By on Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at 11:00 AM


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If perfectly spiced elote makes your heart sing, tanning salons help you look like a true Arizonan through the winter or if you know the secret to drinking shots in the Old Pueblo, we need to hear from you. See, Best of Tucson® balloting is going well. However, these lovely categories are feeling a little neglected. So, businesses, start campaigning! Shot people, start voting! Tell your friends, tell your mom, tell your barista. Use us as a topic of conversation when you're stuck at a party with your boyfriend's friends. Spread the word, because more votes means better results—and that's really all we're looking for when it comes to finding the Best of Tucson®.

So, go vote! Feel free to leave your thoughts below, but your input only counts if you fill out the ballot. So, vote

Vote, vote, vote, vote, vote vote, vote.

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