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Inaugural ‘Best of the Lilac City’ contest now open for nominations!

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The Rochester Post presents Best of the Lilac City, a contest recognizing popular businesses, nonprofits, services, and cultural events in Rochester, New Hampshire. 

Categories include Best Restaurant, Best Retail Shop, Best Automotive Repair, etc. There are also categories for Best Hamburger, Best Ice Cream, Best Happy Hour, and so on. 

The public is encouraged to participate. Voting ends March 26, 2021. Winners will be announced on the Choose Rochester podcast on March 31, 2021. Award Honorees receive city-wide bragging rights and a graphic to share on their websites and social media pages.

There is no cost associated with this contest. Best of the Lilac City is not associated with or sponsored by any business or private organization. 


Click here to submit your nominations


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