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Second request for Casual Living readers’ vote

For best specialty store merchandisers

It's no hanging chad, but we ran into a glitch with tallying your online votes for top contenders in Casual Living ’s Merchandising Awards. So we’re counting on you to cast votes again for your favorites.

Our panel of judges poured through hundreds of photos and narrowed the choices to two top choices in each category. Now, we’re asking our readers to choose between two representative photos for top contenders in seven categories that were close calls.

Please, get your votes in by May 23. Individual answers will remain confidential, but the winners of our Readers’ Choice voting will be presented online. We will announce all the winners in print and online early next month.

So if you’ve already made your selections, please take a moment to vote one more time. Click here to cast your votes.

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