Still time to enter the Best of Langley

WIN: Still time to vote for your favourite Langley businesses

Langley Advance brings you the long-standing business awards program that recognizes the very best companies in our community.

It’s a long-standing tradition here at the Langley Advance…

In fact, for 19 years running – longer than any other contest of its kind in town, the team at the Langley Advance has been bringing you the annual Best of Langley Awards.

It’s that time of year again, and you’re invited to cast your ballot (copies are available in our print addition, as well as online at www.langleyadvance.com, click “contests” or

click here

A minimum of 12 categories must be filled in for the ballot to be valid.

By voting, prior to June 24, you are also entered to win a three-night stay at Sparkling Hill Resort in Vernon. This prize includes three nights accommodations, and two- to three-course dinners for two at PeakFine.

Voters must be 21 years old or older to enter. All taxes are included, and the prize has no cash value. You are limited to one entry per person.

Employees and families of Black Press are not eligible to win. Some conditions and blackouts may apply.

The winner will be announced in print on Aug. 25.

Thanks for taking the time to vote, and for acknowledging the great products and/or services offered by Langley businesses.

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