Renee Campbell: Congratulations, winners
We are excited to present to you the 2014 Best of Moffat County! What a great response we received from residents supporting their local favorites. We encourage you to look through the special section and see what businesses and individuals won the top three spots in each category. We have so many amazing businesses and individuals to recognize in our beautiful county.
This was the second year that we offered voting in the online format and the responses were great; thank you to everyone who voted! We are already making notes for the 2015 Best of Moffat County. We changed up a few of the categories this year and already have ideas for a few new categories for next year. We welcome your input for category ideas.
We encourage each of you to support our local businesses and to utilize our local services. One of the great things about living in Moffat County is we have many local options, and we can be more thoughtful about our consumerism and maximize the impact our dollars have on our local community. We have so many great businesses and people in Moffat County, I am proud to live and work here. Congratulations to each of you!
Renee Campbell is the general manager of the Craig Daily Press. Contact her at email@example.com or 970-875-1788.
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