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Nominate your favorite for ‘Best of the Boro 2012 Health & Beauty.’

It’s time once again to nominate your favorite health and beauty spots in Queens.

The Queens Courier’s 2012 Best of the Boro Health & Beauty nominations start Friday, November 26.

Everyone has a doctor or hair dresser who is “the best.” Now you have the chance to decide who truly is the best of the best. You vote, they win.

There are over 40 categories of health and beauty for residents to vote in, ranging from best barber shop and nail salon to best personal trainer and dermatologist.

Following the nominations, there will be a voting round. Each category will have a 1st place winner crowned “Best of the Boro” as well as a runner-up.

Last year, The Courier received over 400 nominations and thousands of votes for Best of the Boro Health & Beauty.

If you didn’t get a chance to vote then or want to nominate your favorite businesses again, it’s easy. Simply visit qns.com and click on the Best of the Boro logo. There you can nominate the best in any or all of the categories. The ballots will remain open until midnight on November 24.

You can also see past Best of the Boro winners by visiting queenscourier.com/botbwinners

To stay up-to-the-minute on the competition like the Best of the Boro page on Facebook and follow @BestOfTheBoro on Twitter.

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