With no campaigning on our part, last month Louisville.com won Louisville Magazine's Best of Louisville award for local website. But why stick with what worked?
LEO Weekly (that's the city's alt-weekly that didn't just fold) has opened voting for its annual Readers Choice Awards—it's like Louisville Magazine's Best of Louisville, but less prestigious because our owner is the publisher of Louisville Magazine and not LEO Weekly. We're not just asking you to vote for Louisville.com as the best local website (it's on the media page); we're asking you to vote for us every single day (you can do that, it's allowed).
Again—we ain't too proud to beg—vote for Louisville.com as best local website.
Voting runs through Sept. 7. Thanks!
Photo: Courtesy LEO Weekly
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