Management

Bobit acquires campus safety magazine and conference

Posted on December 1, 2004

TORRANCE, Calif. — Bobit Business Media, publisher of SCHOOL BUS FLEET, purchased 11-year-old Campus Safety Journal from Bricepac, a Marina del Rey, Calif.-based publisher.

“We are shortening the name of the magazine to Campus Safety and broadening its coverage to include hospitals in addition to K-12 schools and universities,” said Ty Bobit, president and chief operating officer of Bobit Business Media.

“Our target readers are administrators, security directors and campus police in public safety and security at schools, universities and hospitals.”

Circulation of the magazine is 20,100. Michael Zawinski assumes the title of publisher for Campus Safety and remains the publisher of Security Sales & Integration.

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