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Best Of Our Valley Winner's Reception a Huge Success


March 26, 2010 (Scottsdale, Ariz.)— There's nothing more fun than winning, which was made clear at Arizona Foothills Magazine's first-ever Best Of Our Valley Winner's Reception. More than 400 local businessowners, Valley VIPs, media, marketing execs and PR gurus turned out for the social and networking event of the season, a cocktail party at Sassi restaurant held to honor the 115 individuals who won categories in the AZFoothills.com Best Of Our Valley Contest.


One Year Later, AZFoothills.com Dominates

March, 2010 (Scottsdale, Ariz.)— Nothing can stop AFM, and they have the stats to prove it! Since ArizonaFoothillsMagazine.com had it's redesign the site has shown tremendous growth in total visits, page views and pages per visit, platforming itself as the premier Arizona luxury lifestyle Web site.

Voting is Open for Best Of Tucson Web Contest



February 15, 2010, (Scottsdale, Ariz)- You've seen the best businesses in the Valley of the Sun duke it out in AZFoothills.com's Best Of Our Valley Web Contest. Now AFM is inviting those in the Old Pueblo to make their voices heard in AZFoothills.com's first-ever AZFoothills.com's Best Of Tucson contest by casting their vote each day through April 10, 2010. 


Arizona Foothills Magazine Announces Best Of Our Valley Winner's Reception


February 15, 2010 (Scottsdale, Ariz.)— After three months of Web voting, Arizona Foothills Magazine has found found the Best Of Our Valley winners. Another two months of interviewing, photographing, researching and writing, and AFM's first-ever Best Of Our Valley issue is complete. What's next? An elegant party, naturally! Best Of winners can look forward to attending an exclusive issue-release reception March 24, hosted at Best Of Our Valley winning restaurant Sassi. 


Arizona Foothills Thanks Retail Participants for Shoe Drive Assistance




January 4, 2010 (Scottsdale, Ariz.)—Arizona Foothills thanks local retailers who helped out this holiday season—where need is great and donations are scarce- by collecting kids shoes in their Valley storefronts for Crisis Nursery and the West Valley Child Crisis Center. 

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