LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Transportation Media editors walked away with six prizes at the recent Truck Writers of North America Awards.
Assistant Editor Adam Ledlow won a bronze award in the “Magazine Writing – Technical General” category for his feature “Cold Facts” on spec’ing refrigerated trailers. He also won a silver award in the “Magazine Writing – Feature” category for his “Trucker Buddy International Matches Tots with Truckers” story.
Managing Editor Julia Kuzeljevich also pulled off two awards: A silver in the “Magazine Writing-News” category for her Motortruck feature “Strength in Numbers” about modal associations coming together to lobby Ottawa and a bronze award in the “Magazine Writing-Product Applications” category for her Motortruck feature “Adopting Automation” about automated transmissions.
Executive Editor James Menzies pulled off silver in the “Magazine Writing – News” category for his story “Bullets Fly as Port Strike Ends” detailing the mayhem during last year’s strike at the port of Vancouver.
And Editorial Director Lou Smyrlis with Technical Correspondent John G. Smith pulled off a bronze award for the “Are you Secure” supplement on the new North American cargo securement regulations.
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