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Best of the Triangle 2015 Winners and Finalists!
 

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Congratulations Best of the Triangle Winners & Finalists of 2015!

Find out who the winners and finalists are here!

Thank you to all that voted for INDY Week’s 2015 Best of the Triangle winners and finalists! We are excited to share the winners of this year’s categories with you. We couldn’t do it without those of you who took the time to share your favorites with us.



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