Land Rover title named customer magazine of the year

The Association of Publishing Agencies named Redwood's magazine for Land Rover drivers its customer magazine of the year at its annual awards last night.

The title also picked up a prize for most effective automotive title.
Redwood won five awards in total, including one for its recent launch for the NSPCC, Your Family, which was crowned most effective non-retail consumer publication.
John Brown also picked up five awards, including editor of the year for Sian Phillips, editor of DfEs magazine, Teachers, and for Waitrose Food Illustrated, which was named most effective retail consumer publication.
Haymarket Network, the customer publishing arm of Media Week publisher Haymarket, received four awards, including online publishing solution of the year for Manchester United's official website, manutd.com.

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