Vote For Best Of Davie In Chamber Contest
Published 12:00 am Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Where’s the best cheeseburger in Davie County?
The Davie County Chamber of Commerce wants to know what you think the answer is to that and many more questions as it launches its first Best of Davie Awards.
This event will be officially launched at the 2014 Davie County Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Awards Gala on Jan. 30. This new program is another component of the Chamber’s iSHOPDAVIE initiative and offers the community the opportunity to come together and celebrate the best in the county.
The Best of Davie Awards provide the Chamber with a unique way to recognize the hard work and contributions that make Davie County a truly special place to dine, bank, live, stay, shop and work.
“This is just another way for us to make a connection with iSHOPDAVIE and give the community an opportunity to share what they love most about Davie County,” said chamber president, Carolyn McManamy. “Beginning in January we’ll be seeking nominations from the community and hope that local businesses and individuals will join in the fun and encourage ‘voters’ to nominate them for the first ever Best of Davie Awards. This has the potential to become an annual event for the Chamber and we are looking forward to seeing how the entire county gets involved to show support for their favorite businesses.”
Individuals will be able to nominate their selection for Best of Davie online at www.ishopdavie.com through Saturday, Jan. 25 at midnight. Twenty nomination categories have been identified and winners who receive the most votes will be recognized on Jan. 30.
The Chamber encourages individuals and local businesses to get involved and have fun with this event. “We hope businesses will take to social media and invite their customers to nominate them. We want individuals to rally together and show support for others in the community who are deserving of a Best of Davie designation. What better way to show appreciation for a business, organization or person in the community than to nominate them for a Best of Davie award,” said McManamy.
“We want to continue showing the community that by working together and supporting each other, we add to the vibrancy of Davie County—again, exactly what iSHOPDAVIE is all about.”
For more information, contact the Davie County Chamber of Commerce at 751.3304 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.