The community votes are in! We want to thank everyone for participating; we had nearly 5,000 completed surveys this year.
** Contest Winners Will Be Announced
on June 13, 2011 **
What we can tell you now is that in the "Most Creative" and "Kids' Category," we had a few close calls — so the judges will be responsible for deciding tiebreakers.
All of your votes clearly narrowed down our list of 20 Grand Prize semi-finalists to the Top 10 contenders this year. Drum roll, please...
Here they are, Folks:
We judges have a busy few weeks ahead of us. Congrats to all!
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