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Best of Farmersville ballot now online

by | Jan 9, 2019 | Latest

Voting for the 18th annual Best of Farmersville contest continues through the end of the month.

Ballots for the popular readers’ poll will be available weekly in The Farmersville Times and online at www.farmersvilletimes.com.

You could win $100! Just fill out a ballot with your choice in at least ten categories and return to The Farmersville Times by the deadline to be entered in a drawing to win.

From accountants to auto repair, workout to annual event, or barbecue to Tex-Mex, readers are invited to vote for their favorites.

Ballots can be mailed to The Farmersville Times, P.O. Box 512, Farmersville, TX 75407, or brought by the Wylie office at 110 N. Ballard, Wylie. Mailed ballots must be postmarked by Jan. 31. Ballots can also be downloaded electronically and submitted via email to [email protected]. Ballots can also be dropped off in Farmersville, at the Farmersville Chamber of Commerce office at 201 S. Main Street.

Winners in all categories will be announced in March.

Click here to download the ballot.

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