Princeton receives nomination in Readers Digest contest

Here is a great opportunity for you to brag about the community you love.

Do you think Princeton is the best destination choice, has the best food, is the healthiest place, the most artistic or has the most spirit? If you do, here is a great opportunity for you to brag about the community you love.

Princeton has received a nomination for the town with the most community spirit in the Readers Digest Canada’s most interesting towns contest.

The contest began in September, closes on December 18 and the winners will be chosen on January 17, 2013.

The grand prize for the winning submission is $5000. The winning town will receive $5000 towards a civic improvement project of the towns choice, and there are also seven runner up prizes of $1000 each.

Visit page 7 on the entries list at www.readersdigest.ca/cmit/view-submissions?page=7 to place your vote for Princeton, or visit www.readersdigest.ca, www.ourcanada.ca or www.besthealthmag.ca and choose Canada’s most interesting towns contest to register Princeton for any one of the following categories;  Best Destination, Greenest,  Healthiest, Best Cuisine, Most Community Spirit, Most Artistic, or Most Entrepreneurial.

Place your vote and/or tell your story for a chance to win – then be sure to share with your family and friends and encourage them to vote as well.

No purchases are required to place your vote or to enter the contest and it is easy to enter. (Just follow the contest rules)

Not only do you have the opportunity to brag about Princeton and become $5000 richer, you could be the reason your community gains $5000 towards a civic project too.

 

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