Kingman Wins Reader’s Digest Nomination as Nicest Place in Arizona
Over the next month, America will vote on which of the 49 finalists (Texas and Arkansas share one) will be named the “Nicest Place in America,” and put on the cover of the Reader’s Digest November issue. People can vote and read Kingman’s winning nomination story here: https://www.rd.com/nicestplaces/the-nicest-place-in-arizona-kingman/
A vote for Kingman is a vote for Arizona!
Every person can vote once per day from now until July 21.
Reader’s Digest chose one place in every state (Texas and Arkansas share one), places big and small, with all different kinds of people, and all different kinds of stories. The largest places are cities in the hundreds of thousands, and one with less than 100.
Over the next month, people will vote on these places. Reader’s Digest will consider the votes when determining which of the places they will be doing a cover story on for the November issue of Reader’s digest.
Jeremy Greenfield, Senior Editor of New Product Development at Reader’s Digest said, “The idea behind Nicest Places in America is not to rank every place, with some being “nicer” than others. It’s to tell stories that make people feel good and that inspire people. We chose you because your stories show that there is goodness all around us and – we hope – will inspire people to be better, maybe even to copy what you have done to make the places in their lives nicer.”