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Best of - Promote Your Business! 

Promote your business and campaign for votes!

Being a part of INDY Week’s Best of the Triangle 2015 reader’s poll offers you a unique marketing opportunity to promote your business and attract more customers.

Use these free, “ready-to-go” advertising resources to get the most out of your campaign:

We have provided a logo and several different poster designs for your use. We’ve also provided some social media ideas and things you can do to increase awareness of your business using social media tools.

Use the logo to:

  • Add to customer outbound communication such as emails and newsletters.
  • Promote the link to the voting from your homepage.
  • Develop point of purchase displays.
  • Include in your print and online advertising.

To download the Best of the Triangle 2015 logo for use on your website, right-click on the icons below and select "Save Target As" or select "Save Image As" and link to the Best of the Triangle ballot

Web ads for your site and email:



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Download these posters to display at your business.


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Your Social Media Guide to Getting Votes

  • Post the Best of the Triangle ballot link to encourage voting on your Facebook or Twitter page.
  • Use the Twitter hashtag #IndyBestOf2015
  • Post on the Yelp and UrbanSpoon message boards.
  • Post messages on any other social networks you may use such as YouTube, LinkedIn and Pinterest.

To ensure the most optimal image size for Facebook posts, please use the following image (right click, save image as...) and select "Photo/Video" to manually upload this file when posting the Best of the Triangle link:

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For more information please contact your INDY representative.

Voting has begun. Vote now! (Deadline: Apr 26, 2015 at 11:59pm)



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