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RBJ Buzz Award

Which local business has the most buzz right now on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram and more? The RBJ Buzz Award, part of the RBJ Best of the Web Awards, is your chance to say which business in Rochester has the best social media presence.

How to vote:

Voting takes place on the RBJ Facebook page. Submit any valid Rochester-area company into the running. 

The BUZZING begins at noon on Friday, February 21, and ends at noon on Friday, February 28. 

How it works:

The top three businesses (profit or non-profit) with the highest number of votes will be announced Friday, February 28. The official Buzz Award winner will be announced at the RBJ Best of the Web Awards breakfast on March 13 at the Hyatt Regency Rochester. One winner will be honored with an award and local bragging rights! Questions? Email service@rbj.net


Go to the RBJ Best of the Web Awards page to reserve your seat today!

Go to Facebook.com/rbjdaily to vote!

 

RBJ Buzz Award rules and restrictions:

  • Individuals are not eligible to win.
  • Last year’s winner is not eligible to apply.
  • RBJ will tabulate the votes and determine one winner.
  • RBJ has the final say on eligibility and the right to remove any ineligible posts at any time.

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