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Best of Utah Scam

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Attention City Weekly Best of Utah winners: There's an outfit called "That's Great News" which is calling Best of Utah award winners, representing themselves as being from City Weekly and trying to sell them winners' plaques. ---

These scam artists are not affiliated with City Weekly and we provide plaques to Best of Utah winners for free. If you hear from these punks, don't provide them with any information.