Mike Reilly named to Who’s Who in Business Publishing

TUSCALOOSA, ALA. (December 2010) – Mike Reilly, Randall-Reilly chairman, president and CEO, was recently honored by Media Business magazine as one of the nation’s leaders in business publishing. The list, which appeared in the magazine’s November issue, is compiled from nominations, with final selections made by the magazine’s editors.

Media Business recognized Reilly for the company’s more than 100 percent increase in print and interactive revenue in its driver recruitment division, along with the launch of three new events in the trucking and construction markets in 2010. In addition to his corporate responsibilities, Reilly is chairman of the board of the Birmingham branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

Media Business is the only magazine with complete, comprehensive coverage of the b-to-b publishing industry. Other publishing leaders in the Who’s Who list include Rupert Murdoch, chairman-CEO of NewsCorp., which publishes the Wall Street Journal, Steve Forbes, chairman-CEO of Forbes Media and Norman Pearlstine, chairman of Bloomberg Businessweek.


About Randall-Reilly

Founded in 1934, Randall-Reilly (www.randallreilly.com) is the premier U.S. media and information company focused on the trucking and construction markets. The company’s trucking division serves the fleet, owner-operator, recruitment, truck stop, pre-owned truck and trailer, dealer and heavy-duty aftermarket segments.

Randall-Reilly’s construction division covers the highway and heavy construction, road building, aggregates, landscaping and used equipment markets.

The company’s Equipment Data Associates business is an industry-leading collector and aggregator of equipment purchase and financing data, which it offers to its customers in industrial equipment end markets for sales lead generation and market intelligence. The company’s Custom Media Division provides major corporations with customized brand marketing programs.

Randall-Reilly has offices in Tuscaloosa, Ala., Chicago, Charlotte, N.C., and New Berlin, Wis.

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