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Vegas Family Favorite Awards 2014

Vegas Family Favorite Awards

Ask any Vegas-area parent why he or she thinks the Vegas and Henderson area is the best of all possible worlds to raise a family, and you are bound to get as many different answers as there are individual parents.


Our region is a vital crucible for industry, innovation and intense civic involvement. It is also as exceptional in terms of access to arts and activities, enriching cultural experiences for families, breathtaking outdoor adventures, and meaningful community connections and resources.


Every year, the Vegas Family Events staff anticipates our polls to see who will win: The Vegas Family Favorite Awards, which exist to celebrate all the good work and service that area businesses and organizations provide to help elevate family life from Henderson to Las Vegas to an art form.

So, we ask you once again, discerning readers, to cast your votes in this year’s Family Favorite Awards for your favorite camps and classes, activities for kids and families, food, shopping, and parenting resources.


Voting has closed! Results of the Family Favorite Awards Polls will be published in the July issue of Vegas Families Online Magazine.



Vegas Family Favorite Awards

Vegas Family Event’s 2014 Vegas Family Favorite Awards contest recognizes the best businesses and resources in the greater Vegas and Henderson areas for kids, families and parents. Readers will vote from April 1 to April 30, 2014.

Readers are eligible to vote only once in each category duration of the voting period. Winners will be determined by the greatest number of legitimate votes. No special preference will be given to advertisers or any business patronized by Vegas Family Events . Vegas Family Events  reserves the right to disqualify from the competition any businesses or individuals who attempt to unfairly influence the outcome.

Vegas Family Events  also retains the right to make final editorial decisions when we were unable to recognize a vote as a legitimate entry, in cases of multiple ties, or when a vote wasn’t appropriate for a category.

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