2005 Awards

ASBPE National Award, Silver, Best Technical Article, “Compact Fluorescents Light the Way” (March 2004)

ASBPE National Award, Silver, Best Information Graphics (November 2004)

ASBPE West Award, Gold, Best Feature Article, “Locked Out” (January 2004)

ASBPE West Award, Bronze, Best How-To Article, “Ten Steps to a Better Safety Program” (June 2004)

ASBPE West Award, Silver, Best Signed Editorial, “Where Have All the Specialists Gone?” (May 2004)

ASBPE West Award, Silver, Best Original Research, “Surviving the Stagnant Economy” (September 2004)

ASBPE West Award, Gold, Best Regular Department (Forensics Casebook)

ASBPE West Award, Gold, Best Front Cover – Buyer’s Guide (July 2004)

Maggie Award, Finalist, Best Regularly Featured Department (Forensics Casebook)

Jesse H. Neal Award, Finalist/Runner-up, Best Regular Department (Forensics Casebook)

About the Awards

For more than 30 years, the American Society of Business Publication Editors' (ASBPE) Annual Competition has honored work and commitment to excellence by business-to-business editors and graphic designers. The organization was founded in 1964.

The Jesse H. Neal Awards were instituted by the American Business Media in 1955 to recognize and reward editorial excellence in independent business publications. They are considered the “Pulitzer Prize of the business press.”

The Maggie Awards, presented by the Western Publications Association since 1952, honor editorial, design and promotion excellence in magazine, tabloid, newsletter and online publishing published or exclusively distributed west of the Mississippi river.