Aug 10, 2018
Great American Media Services Ag Group named finalist in Eddie & Ozzie Awards

Great American Media Services’ Agriculture Group has been named a finalist in five categories of the 2018 Folio Magazine Eddie and Ozzie Awards, the publishing industry’s most prestigious and coveted honor for editorial and design excellence. The company’s nominations are:

  • VGN January 2018 Issue

    Vegetable Growers News January 2018 issue (B2B Full Issue Category)

  • Vegetable Growers News February 2018 issue (B2B Full Issue Category)
  • Vegetable Growers News Labor Series (B2B Series/Single Article Category)
  • Fruit Growers News December 2017 issue (B2B Full Issue Category)
  • Spudman BASF Special Issue (Custom Content Category)

“We are incredibly honored to be named a finalist in multiple categories again this year,” CEO Matt McCallum said. “These recognitions are a testament to the dedication, hard work and industry expertise of our agriculture team. We strive for the best, and it’s gratifying to be recognized by our publishing industry peers as market leaders.”

VGN February 2018 Issue

For more than 20 years, the Eddie and Ozzie Awards have celebrated excellence in magazine editorial and design across all sectors of the industry. The Eddie Awards recognize the best in print and digital editorial, while the Ozzie Awards recognize the best in magazine and website design. For the 2018 awards, a panel of more than 300 judges selected finalists from among more than 2,000 entries. Winners will be announced on October 9 at the 2018 Folio Show in New York City.

Other Great American Media Services titles being honored in the 2018 Eddie and Ozzie Awards are Coach and Athletic Director, B2B Full Issue/Education; Gift Shop, B2B Full Issue/Retail; Lawn & Garden Retailer, B2B Full Issue/Retail; and Stationery Trends, Media Kit and B2B Redesign.

Information about all magazine titles can be found online at www.greatamericanmediaservices.com.


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