Troy, MI, October 30, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- MOTOR Magazine was recently honored with a 2019 Tabbie Award. These awards, granted annually by the Trade Association Business Publications International, recognize the most outstanding achievements in trade, association and business publications from around the world.
MOTOR’s article “Protect Your Shop from Cyberthreats,” written by Bob Chabot and published in the magazine’s February 2018 issue, received its award in the category of Feature Article: Top 25 Entries among all national and international entrants. In the past, MOTOR has received a variety of Tabbie Awards, including a 2018 Silver Editorial Award for a How-To Article, as well as two honorable mentions that same year.
“Our editors, writers and staff always aim to produce the highest possible quality product for our readers,” comments John Lypen, Editor/Publisher of MOTOR Magazine. “It’s immensely gratifying to see this feature article honored by the Trade Association Business Publications International.”
A digital copy of “Protect Your Shop from Cyberthreats” can be found in the February 2018 issue of MOTOR Magazine at www.motor.com/magazine-summary.
About MOTOR Magazine
The most widely read and respected monthly magazine for aftermarket shop owners and technicians, MOTOR Magazine continues to set the standard for automotive aftermarket information. With centuries of collective experience, MOTOR writers provide invaluable technical information on the repair and maintenance of cars and light trucks to 350,000+ owners, managers, supervisors and technicians across the industry. With its award-winning editorial, MOTOR’s readers are provided the information they need to repair the vehicles that show up in their service bays, the guidance on how to run their businesses and reports on the newest tools, equipment and repair techniques as they are introduced. For more information, please visit www.motormagazine.com.
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