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The search is on to find Baltimore's best contractor website

The economy has hit the construction industry especially hard, with a 25% unemployement rate (down from 27% one month ago). To honor our local contractors who have not only survived the recession, but have committed to exuding a high quality image through the toughest of times, I am searching for the best Baltimore contractor websites.

Contractors whose websites should be nominated have an intimate understanding of the Internet as a tool for business and are based in Maryland. Overall design, content, interactivity and ease of use will be the criteria used to judge submissions. The deadline to nominate a website is May 1st. At which point we will judge all entries and narrow the list to five finalists.

This will be a peoples choice award, so once the finalists are posted, anyone may vote for his or her choice for the winner. To help me find Baltimore's best, email your nomination to webXaward@gmail.com

UPDATE: The nomination period has closed. Thank you for your suggestions!

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