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SBF named a Maggie Award finalist

Posted on March 24, 2014

SCHOOL BUS FLEET has been selected as a finalist in the 2014 Maggie Awards.

The SBF 2013 Fact Book is one of five contenders in the category of Guides, Catalogues and Directories, which includes both trade and consumer publications.

The annual Maggie Awards program recognizes publishing excellence in the western U.S. This year's awards banquet will be held on May 2 in Los Angeles.

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

Including SBF, eight Bobit Business Media publications are Maggie finalists this year. The others are Auto Dealer Monthly, Auto Rental News, Automotive Fleet, Government Fleet, Metro, Nails and Police.

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