2010 Stylos Award Nominees Are Up for Vote

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The Stylos Awards at the Phoenix Art Museum may not be until November 13, but the booths (in this case online surveys) are officially open and counting votes until October 24.

Since they began in 2005, the Stylos awards have recognized those who reflect the accomplishments of the Latino community in Arizona. The event is a blend of music and fashion -- as local designers will have a chance to show off new lines while bands and dance groups perform.

Nominee categories include politics, sports, entrepreneurship, arts/culture and media. To vote and nab a few tickets for the event, visit the Stylos Awards website.Check out last year's winners here.

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