Show us some love: vote in ‘Best of Gay Atlanta’

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We are happy to be among the LGBT finalists nominated in the GA Voice’s annual reader poll on all that’s gay and good in Atlanta. Now we humbly—OK shamelessly—seek your vote again this year.

Like they say, it’s an honor just to be nominated. But come on, everyone knows it’s more fun to win Best Gay Website/Blog like last year (and the year before that) and get our invite to GaVo’s community victory party (photo).

That’s where you come in. We want your vote here, which the GA Voice allows you do once daily for the next three weeks, along with your other favorites in a slew of categories for people, businesses and organizations. You can vote in as many or as few categories as you choose.

Since campaigns from the contest finalists range from all-out-blitz to mum’s-the-word, we find ourselves somewhere in the middle. If your inboxes, Facebook and Twitter feeds are flooded daily from certain finalists, you know how far it can go, so we ask nicely here and leave it in your capable hands.

Well, OK with a little pitch first. Like any good episode of “The Biggest Loser” or “Survivor,” we plead our case to keep us on the island as Best of Atlanta Gay Website/Blog. Who loves ya? You know it’s us. We also love participating in the community with a mix of news, buzz, photo galleries, opinions, our Gay Agenda calendar of local weekend events, nightlife, and a dose of beefcake, all updated every single day. Show us some love back, and we’ll be your grateful, not-so humble servants.

Thanks for your support, and let us know in our comments section under each post or by {[email protected]” title=”e-mail”} what we can do to remain a regular part of your local gay media diet.

Photo of Project Q Atlanta’s Matt Hennie and Mike Fleming by Brent Corcoran of RNZ Photography for the GA Voice


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