Randall-Reilly editors win Jesse H. Neal Award

NEW YORK CITY (March 2010) – At the Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards luncheon held March 11 at New York’s Mandarin Oriental Hotel, editors from Randall-Reilly’s CCJ magazine won the Jesse H. Neal Award for Best Technical Content.

The winning article, authored by Jack Roberts, Randall-Reilly’s executive editor, trucking, was entitled, The Main Event, and covered the two approaches engine makers are following to comply with 2010 Environmental Protection Agency standards. The article appeared in the July 2009 issue of CCJ magazine. Avery Vise, editorial director of the Fleet/Dealer/Aftermarket Division and Dean Smallwood, CCJ’s managing editor, also contributed to the article. In total, CCJ editors have won 14 Neal awards and numerous Neal certificates. This is Roberts’ second Neal award.

“Jack’s technical knowledge really comes through in this in-depth look at the often heated battle between two competing technologies,” says Linda Longton, Randall-Reilly’s senior vice president, editorial and research. “We are extremely proud of Jack and the entire CCJ editorial team for their fine work.”

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Founded in 1934, Randall-Reilly Publishing (www.rrpub.com) is the premier U.S. media and information company focused on the trucking, construction and industrial 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, landscaping and used equipment markets. The company also publishes a magazine focused on the woodworking industry.

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