Scotsman Guide receives awards

  • Friday, September 12, 2008 12:49pm
  • Business

Bothell’s Scotsman Guide recently won three awards from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), as well as two Apex Awards.

The national mortgage magazine was recently recognized by the ASBPE with gold, silver and bronze Azbee Awards. The publication received a gold for “Best Original Web Database” for its online wholesale and commercial mortgage lender search engines; a silver for “Best Department (West Region)” for its monthly Spotlight feature; and a bronze for “Best Opening Page/Spread — Illustration,” for an article titled “Doing Business in the Information Age” from Scotsman Guide’s March 2007 commercial edition.

In addition to its ASBPE awards, Scotsman Guide also recently received Apex Awards for Publication Excellence for “Best New Web and Intranet Site” for its Scotsman Guide Loan Post online feature, as well as for “Best Illustration and Typography” for an article spread design.

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