Arizona Highways Wins IRMA Gold!

Gold, Special Focus Issue, "Arizona Highways Centennial Issue" (February 2012)

Gold, Special Focus Issue, “Arizona Highways Centennial Issue” (February 2012)

Arizona Highways took home 10 awards from the International Regional Magazine Association (IRMA)’s 2012 competition, including Gold awards in the following categories: Public Issues Feature, Overall Art Direction, Department, Special Focus Issue and Reader Service Article.

Job well done Arizona Highways!

Check out our Gold winners, as well as a complete list of awards presented to Arizona Highways during the 2013 IRMA conference, held this past weekend in Baltimore:

Gold, Public Issues Feature, “Current Conditions,” by Terry Greene Sterling (July 2012)
Gold, Overall Art Direction, Barbara Glynn Denney and Keith Whitney
Gold, Department, “The Journal”
Gold, Special Focus Issue, “Arizona Highways Centennial Issue” (February 2012)
Gold, Reader Service Article, “Summer Hiking Guide,” by Robert Stieve (June 2012)
Silver, Environmental Feature, “A Burning Issue,” By Kelly Vaughn Kramer (June 2012)
Silver, Companion Website, http://www.arizonahighways.com
Bronze, Travel Feature, “Arch Rival,” by Annette McGivney (November 2012)
Bronze, Illustration, “The High Lonesome,” by Chris Gall (October 2012)
Bronze, Art Direction of a Single Story, “Where the Bodies are Buried,” Barbara Glynn Denney, Keith Whitney and Jeff Kida (October 2012)

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3 responses to “Arizona Highways Wins IRMA Gold!

  1. Congrats Arizona Highways for taking home 10 awards! The centennial issue and as well as the summer hiking guide covers are my personal faves because I’m quite an avid hiker myself especially along the hiking trails in Sedona, AZ.

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