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A-List Readers' Choice Poll 2011

A-List 2011

Shopping, Body, Kids, and Service: poll open January 24 - February 17
Food and Night Life: poll open February 18 - March 21
Culture, Media, Sports, and Amusements: poll open March 22 - April 21

Every July, St. Louis Magazine features its annual A-List Awards—our tribute to the exceptional in St. Louis from shopping to night life, dining to culture. This year, readers have a chance to vote for their favorites. We want to know who makes the top of your list. Every vote counts, so let your voice be heard! Then look for the winners in SLM's July issue.

Save the date for St. Louis Magazine's A-List Party! SLM and Cadillac will celebrate the 2011 winners on Thursday, July 14. Compliments of Cadillac, one lucky voter will win two VIP A-List Party tickets!

How did we select the finalists? We chose them based on our own opinions, past A-List winners, and reader favorites. If you would like to nominate someone who is not listed, please let us know by filling in your own.

Please enter your information below and click the "Start Survey" button to begin.

Thank you for voting!

This was the last round and the A-List Readers' Choice Poll 2011 is officially closed. You can view the results in our July issue.

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