How to vote in Readers Choice Awards

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The time has come to once again vote for your favorite business in the Markham Economist and Sun’s Readers Choice Awards.  It’s in the Markham Economist newspaper as of Thursday October 10th, 2013 on page 21.  You can fill out the paper or do it online.  Please vote “Twinbytes Inc” for the best in “Computer Repair”.   If you prefer to vote online, instructions are below.  You have a chance to win a $250 shopping spree.  Must be 18 years or older and live in Ontario.

Go to and click on “Readers Choice 2013”, then check on whether you voted before or not, and click “Markham Economist & Sun 2013 Readers’ Choice Nominations”.  Alternatively, click here to go straight to the Markham voting page.

  1. From page 1 of 7, check “Yes” for privacy policy
  2. Check “Yes” for reading contest rules
  3. Enter your name
  4. Enter your phone number
  5. Enter your valid email address
  6. Click “yes” or “no” whether you prefer getting notifications of other offers from Markham Economist.
  7. Click “yes” or “no” whether you prefer getting notifications of other offers from other Metroland media
  8. From page 2 onward, start typing in your favorite stores, shops, etc.  Look for “Computer Repair” on page 3 of 7 (#76) and type in “Twinbytes Inc.”
  9. Continue choosing your favorite companies in the various categories as you wish (you do not need to fill out a minimum number of companies to qualify to win the shopping spree).
  10. At page 7, click Done and look for prompts to confirm your vote is submitted successfully.

Thank you.

About Daniel Gauthier

work as a peace officer in various forms. Daniel wrote a book in 2009 called “Tech-Knowledgy” which got him on television and radio a few times. The concept behind the book was “to level the playing field between computer techs and non-techies so they don’t get take advantage of”. Daniel has a couple certifications including MCP and A+; he is preparing to write the Network+ exam and has studied CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) and CHFI (Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator). Daniel has run his own computer service business “TwinBytes” since 2004. He has done a few talks on cyber security and generally enjoys training, educating and helping others.