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Posted on: January 28, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Orange County Health Department Recognizes Local Businesses with Contest


The Orange County Health Department would like to recognize local businesses that have been vigilant in ensuring that their staff and customers feel safe, secure and well-served during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recognition for these businesses will happen through a contest where Orange County residents can vote.


The contest will be split into three categories, including:

  • Best business who were very careful to keep their customers safe from COVID-19
  • Best business who took great care in keeping their employees safe from COVID-19
  • MVP: The overall best business who took on the daunting challenge of a global pandemic and knocked it out of the park 

Voting is open until Sunday, Feb. 28.

Contest Winners

Each winner will receive a trophy and $1,000 in advertising support in the form of advertising on Chapel Hill Transit buses.

The Health Department encourages the Orange County community to vote to show appreciation for these wonderful businesses. This contest is open to all businesses- not just food businesses. This includes childcare centers, schools, tattoo artists, pools, veterinarians, accountants, dry cleaners, any businesses in Orange County. 

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