T & C’s
The aims of the website and the competition conditions
- Aim of the Campaign and Definitions
The aim of the campaign is to encourage shopping on the high street and markets. For the purpose of this competition/campaign the definition for the words independent and retailer are taken from the Oxford Dictionary—a link can be found to these definitions below:
- End date
The competition will end at 5pm on 30th November 2020. Winners will be announced on Saturday 5th December 2020.
Voters are given eight nominations:
One for each of the best independent shops in Cannock, Bridgtown, Norton Canes, Hednesford, Heath Hayes and Rugeley.
One for each of the best market stalls in Cannock and Rugeley.
One for each of the best cafes or restaurant in Cannock, Hednesford and Rugeley.
There will also be an overall winner, for the business that received the most votes regardless of category.
Votes are only accepted online via this website or via the official form that can be downloaded on this website.
Residents are able to vote online at www.bestchasebusiness.co.uk by entering the names of their favourite local independent shops and market stalls along with their name, a valid email address, phone number and postcode.
Online voting will close at 5pm on 30th November 2020.
Each person may only vote once. Any duplicates or suspected duplicates will be discounted.
There will be 9 winners in total: one for each category and an overall winner.
Main prize winners will be determined on a First Past The Post basis.
The shop with the most votes in each respective area will be named as the areas Best Independent Shop 2020. Similarly, the market stall with the most votes in Cannock with be named Cannock’s Best Market Stall 2020 and the market stall with the most votes in Rugeley will be named as Rugeley’s Best Market Stall 2020. The café/restaurant with the most votes will be named the Best Café or Restaurant 2020 for their respective areas.
There will also be a winner for the business that receives the most votes overall.
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