Best of Auburn 2021 contest seeks nominations today!

Best of Auburn 2021 contest seeks nominations today!

Best of Auburn 2021: Nominate your favorites now!

Nominations are underway for your favorite restaurants, businesses, community members and more in the Best of Auburn 2021 contest: vote.auburn-reporter.com.

This nomination round will close on Aug. 27. Nominations will be tabulated and the top 3-5 will pass on to the voting round. The voting round will open on Sept. 24 and close on Oct. 15.

Winners will be announced in a special section that will be delivered in the Auburn Reporter and online at Auburn-Reporter.com on Oct. 29.


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