Land Line wins big at International Automotive Media Awards

| Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Land Line Magazine and its writers have taken home top honors in the International Automotive Media Awards, an annual competition of automotive and other transportation-related publications.

In addition to several individual awards, Land Line also received a silver medal for its May 2006 issue, in the category of Magazine: Above 100,000 Circulation.

Those writers and their awards are as follows:

Gold Medal

  • "You don't mind if I look inside your truck, do you?" Aaron Ladage (Public Service category)

Silver Medal

  • "Grassroots start growing in your own backyard," Keith Goble (Public Service category)
  • "Shattered," Suzanne Stempinski (Feature category)
  • "Makeover Mobsters," Aaron Ladage (Feature category)

Bronze Medal

  • "Hold 'em or fold 'em," Jami Jones (Business category)
  • "Fuel School," Terry Scruton (Column category)
  • "The secret life of engines as told by ECMs," Paul Abelson (Technical: General category)

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