This year, the national ranking is factoring in online votes
That’s right. All of your pizza-loving customers can now go online and cast their votes for the ‘101 Best Pizzas in America’ presented by the Daily Meal. Check out the announcement.
The list will still use the same methodology as previous years with input from a panel of pizza experts. But this year, The Daily Meal is factoring in online votes. Take a sneak peek at the survey.
What does this mean for you, the pizzeria operator? You have the opportunity to see how a national ranking works and possibly get your pizzeria in the running for the list. You can:
- Check out the survey to see if your pizzeria is listed in your region. (If your pizzeria isn’t listed, there is a write-in option at the bottom of the page.)
- Get the word out to your customers, community and media to cast their votes.
- Let your strongest pizza enthusiasts know that there is a section of the survey where they can tell The Daily Meal why they should be considered for the pizza expert panel.
The voting is open until midnight on Thursday, July 9.
Note: The Daily Meal advises survey participants to only vote on pizzerias they have been to and vote for the number indicated in each geographic region.
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