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Welcome to our 2010 Best of the Triangle survey! 

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For those of you who voted in our 2009 Best of the Triangle survey, you'll notice that things are a little different this year.

Because we're in the midst of building a new IndyWeek.com, we're using a third-party survey system this year. Therefore, the page at the end of the link below looks a bit generic, and you may think you're in the wrong place. You're not!

EVERYONE will need to click the "Create a New Account" link on the bottom left of the page.

Once you've created your new account, you'll be taken to the survey's welcome page, which explains the Best of the Triangle as well as some new features of this year's survey. You can now start the survey, save your answers and return to complete it later. You can also invite your friends to vote.

The poll closes April 15.

Have fun!

Create your new Best of the Triangle voting account



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