ABOUT THE 2020 BEST OF LAS VEGAS PROGRAM
Best of Las Vegas 2020 continues to spotlight the best!
What is Best of Las Vegas?
The 2020 Best of Las Vegas presented by NAQVI Injury Law, invites, engages and allows you, our audience, to recognize the best in businesses, things to do, places to go, people who entertain us, and the people who make it happen. Clark and Nye counties are the primary areas that the Best of Las Vegas program covers.
Do I have to register?
Nomination surveys are anonymous and do not require registration. However, we do offer you the opportunity to share your name, email and telephone number with us so that we can keep you up to date on the program. You may submit your nominees in any given topic area and return to complete the survey any time before the deadline.
Registration may be necessary in the voting phase of the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Best of Las Vegas to promote fair voting. You may be asked for your name and email address.
Can I vote by paper or in person?
No. All nominations and voting are done through our website (www.BestofLasVegas.com) and link to our voting platform.
How does nominating work?
We rely on our audience to supply us with the names of outstanding people, businesses, and establishments in each of over 350 categories. Once the nominees are finalized, our audience is asked to vote on one choice in each category. Per our guidelines, you are allowed to nominate/vote once every 24 hours.
Readers nominate their favorites in Clark & Nye counties, by selecting one of 13 topic areas (Eat & Drink, Education, Entertainment, Health & Beauty, Home & Garden, Hotels & Casinos, Law, Living Local, Motors, Professional Services, Real Estate, Shopping and Things to Do). Nominations outside of Clark & Nye counties will not qualify for the balloting but are welcome to participate as advertisers in print and our digital destination, www.BestofLasVegas.com.
Nominating is as simple as entering a name and city in text entry fields. It’s best, but not required, to provide additional information on the nominee so that we can verify them (phone number, address, URL). Users are not required to nominate in all categories. You may return any time before 12:00 PM Pacific Time, Wednesday, August 19, 2020, to add nominations. Users are permitted to nominate a single business in more than one category. Businesses with multiple locations will appear as a single nomination for the voting phase. Only organizations and activities that are currently in business in Clark or Nye counties will be eligible for nomination. A nomination is required to be on the final ballot. Business associates and advertisers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Las Vegas Business Press, www.reviewjournal.com, businesspress.vegas, and any other owner affiliated company are not given special treatment.
Our ballot is a closed ballot, however; we will consider late entries into an established category by request. All late entries must be received by Wednesday, August 26th. All late entries must be emailed to for consideration.
The nomination period begins 12:00 PM Pacific Time, Monday, August 3, 2020, and ends at 11:59PM Pacific Time, Wednesday, August 19, 2020.
Will everyone that is nominated be on the ballot?
For a category to qualify for the ballot, there must be a minimum of 5 separate businesses that are competing for votes. If a category is not qualifying, we will make reasonable accommodations to move the nominee to a similar category. Once a category is qualified, we will ballot each individual business that has been nominated.
I’ve been nominated, what is required of me?
Businesses, organizations, or individuals that are nominated by our audience will be placed on our ballot as they are verified. Should a business earn enough votes to be in the top five, they may be required to complete a simple online questionnaire, that includes basic business information including, name, location(s), year established, business hours, phone number, web address (if any) and submit or make available a photo of the business, organization or individual. There is no cost or obligation to participate.
How are votes tabulated?
Nominations and votes are tabulated by a third-party. The Las Vegas Review-Journal and the Las Vegas Business Press do not know the results of the contest until announced to the public. In each category, readers vote on their favorite nominees. Readers are permitted to vote in each category once per day. Businesses, institutions, individuals, and schools are encouraged to promote the contest in order to gain nominations and/or votes. Competitive advertising, special offers, campaigns are permitted; however, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to exclude from the competition any businesses or individuals that engage in activities intended to “rig” or “fix” the voting process. Votes that are suspect may be disqualified in the count.
Use of bots, robotic, repetitive, automatic, programmed, vote exchange websites, vote “farming”, scripts or other automated means designed to circumvent the “one ballot per person per day” rule, are not allowed. Contestants discovered using these methods for vote acceleration are subject to suspected votes being disqualified without notice, and the jeopardy of the Contestant being completely disqualified and removed from the competition.
The regular voting period begins at 12:00PM Pacific Time, Tuesday, September 1, 2020 and ends at 11:59PM Pacific Time, Friday, September 30, 2020.
Can I “write-in” a business during voting?
Our ballot is a closed ballot, however; we will consider late entries into an established category by request. All late entries must be received by Thursday, September 10th. All late entries must be emailed to for consideration.
When will winners be announced?
The names of the winners will be posted at BestofLasVegas.com on Sunday, December 13, 2020. All winners will be honored in our Best of Las Vegas Magazine publishing in the Las Vegas
Review-Journal on Sunday, December 13, 2020. In the event of a tie in any category, more than one winner or runner-up may be awarded.
The Best of Las Vegas and the unique logos are registered trademarks of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Inc. and may only be used with express, written permission. Logos are licensed to winners at a marketing spend or direct payment of $2,500 or more. Marketing spend must be met before February 1st, 2021 in order to qualify. Best of Las Vegas merchandise does not count towards the logo license spend.
Questions about Best of Las Vegas can be directed to our support desk. These are the complete Official Rules. Best of Las Vegas is produced each year by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Digital experience is powered by BestOfPrograms.com. Content ©2020 Las Vegas Review-Journal. Technology ©2020 BestOfPrograms.com, part of NERUS Strategies LLC.
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