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SBF named a finalist for publishing award

Posted on March 23, 2010

The 2009 SCHOOL BUS FLEET Fact Book will contend against five other publications in the directories category of the Maggie Awards.

The annual competition, for trade and consumer magazines west of the Mississippi, will be held May 7 in Los Angeles. More than 600 media professionals gather to honor excellence in print and electronic publishing in more than 100 categories

SBF won the Maggie for directories with its 2005 Fact Book. The annual issue features a variety of pupil transportation statistics, school bus specifications and contact information for industry organizations.

 

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