Adele Dewar (right) manager of Banbury Green’s Scott. Banbury Green RV Park took top spot in the Best Campground category, at the 2019 Best of the South Okanagan awards. (Western News file)

Best of the South Okanagan celebrates 15 years

Join us once again this year in helping to showcase the businesses and services in our region

For 15 years, the Penticton Western News has been celebrating the Best of the South Okanagan.

Join us once again this year in helping to showcase the businesses and services in our region.

Starting this week, place your vote for the best of the best.

READ MORE: Best of the South Okanagan 2019 award winners

We will share the results in September in a special feature.

Entries must be received by Aug. 14.

New categories this year include Best Happy Hour, Best Realtor, Best Real Estate Developments, in addition to many favourites such as Best Local Brewery, Best Wings, Best Place to Buy Home Entertainment and more.

Vote online, or fill out the ballet in one of our recent print editions, and drop it off or mail it to the Western News office: 104-575 Main St., V2A 5C6.

Just for voting, you are entered to win a prize from Guerards Furniture.

Every entry will be entered to win, and the prize will be announced later in the week.

Vote online by following this link: Pentictonwesternnews.secondstreetapp.com/Best-of-the-South-Okanagan-2020.

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