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Your Votes Will Decide Which Businesses Win the Title “Best of Honolulu 2016”

From dining to solar, shopping to services, your votes will determine which businesses deserve the title “Best of Honolulu” for 2016.


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Best of Honolulu Magazine 2016

 

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1. One ballot per person, either by submitting official hard copy or online. 2. Online submission is eligible for anyone who visits the web site. 3. If submitting online, go to honolulumagazine.com and enter your contact information. 4. Duplicate entries will be deleted. 5. Photocopies and faxed entries will not be accepted. 6. Entries must be postmarked by March 31, 2016. 7. PacificBasin Communications is not responsible for late, lost or misdirected entries. 8. No purchase necessary. 9. Entrants must be 21 years of age or older.  10. Employees of PacificBasin Communications, AIO LLC and its affiliates or contest sponsors and their immediate household members are ineligible. 11. Ballot entrants may be contacted by our editors for more information. 12. Balloting and giveaway is conducted and awarded solely by PacificBasin Communications; sponsors are not party to it. 13. A random drawing will be conducted from all qualified entries to determine winners. 14. Winners do not need to be present to win. 15. Winners will be notified at the address listed on ballot. 16. All prizes will be awarded. No cash substitutes. 17. Some restrictions may apply. 18. All federal, state, local taxes and license fees are the winners’ responsibility. 19. Winners may be required to execute an affidavit of eligibility, release and indemnity. 20. Winners consent to use his/her name and likeness for promotional purposes by PacificBasin Communications without compensation.

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