Vote Project Q Atlanta Best Of Atlanta. Pretty please.

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We aren't too proud to beg. So please take a minute to vote Project Q Atlanta best LGBT Blog/Website in the Georgia Voice annual Best of Atlanta awards.

Gay Atlanta is a place of bests. Best bars. Best breakfast. Best travel destination. And we've enjoyed our place among them. So please, please, please help us keep our spot in the annual contest from Georgia Voice.

Of course, it's an honor just to be nominated. But everyone loves a winner. And we love that readers have voted use Best Of since our friends at the Georgia Voice started dishing out the honors in 2010.

So come on, let's do this. Scroll on down the ballot, past Arts & Entertainment right to Community. That's where you'll find Project Q Atlanta under LGBT Blog/Website. Click on us, hit the blue Vote button and that's all. It's a quick and easy way to show your support for our work.

Then go ahead and vote for your faves in dozens of categories that touch all corners of LGBTQ Atlanta. But hurry. Voting ends Friday. We work hard to keep you informed and entertained. And your vote is the affirmation we enjoy. The elixir to our journalistic life.

Then make plans to attend the Georgia Voice Best of Atlanta Awards party on July 20. It's always a jam-packed celebration of all that's best in our gayborhood. Plus, it's free. Free admission. Free cocktails. Free bites to eat. Free beats from DJ Calvin. And free humor from the always delightful Melissa Carter, the longtime radio personality and first open lesbian on Atlanta's airwaves. 

Vote for Project Q Atlanta. Thanks for the love. See you on July 20.


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