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Best of the Brainerd Lakes Contest Winners - 2022

Voter's Choice Magazine

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The Best of the Brainerd Lakes contest had a second straight year of admirable response with more than 133,178 votes cast for top three winners in 105 different categories.

The large response from voters displays a passion to honor top businesses in our lakes area which prides itself on individual and business excellence. Area businesses work hard to earn the respect and dedication of not only the local residents, but also the millions of annual visitors to our lakes area.

Over the years, anyone could make the claim for being the best in our area. But thanks to the local “Best of” contest, sponsored by the Brainerd Dispatch and Pineandlakes Echo Journal, we now have results, as the voters have spoken. And we’re excited by the response as almost 470,000 votes have been cast in the four years of “Best of” lakes area competition.

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This publication announces the top three winners in each category for 2022, including stories about the first place businesses. Thanks to everyone who participated and congratulations to the winners!

Pete Mohs, Publisher

This Special Section is supported, and made available to you, by the advertisers included in this section.

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