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Best of the Triangle - 2014 

Best of the Triangle: 2014: Welcome!

Voting for this year's Best of the Triangle is now closed. Thank you for your votes and supporting local businesses! The Best of the Triangle issue will be available in print on June 4 followed by the Best of Reader Comments included in our June 11 issue.

Our Best of the Triangle party will be June 7. Information for the event can be found here.

For last year's winners, please visit Best of the Triangle 2013.

“Durham’s newest Harley-Davidson dealership, Rommel Harley, is proud to be a sponsor or the 2014 Best Of the Triangle!”




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