CHICAGO — American Drycleaner welcomes entries for its Publisher’s Impact Award, introduced last year to spotlight drycleaning industry achievements.
The Publisher’s Impact Award shines a light on a person, company, innovation or event that has made an impact on the drycleaning industry, the magazine notes. The late Dr. Manfred Wentz, who gave much to fabricare during a long career as scientist, educator, speaker and visionary, was the inaugural recipient.
“The Publisher’s Impact Award gives us a chance to tell the drycleaning community great stories about people, innovations, companies and special events that have made a lasting impact on the industry,” says Charles Thompson, publisher of American Drycleaner and president of its parent company, American Trade Magazines LLC.
If you would like to nominate a person, company, innovation or event you believe has impacted the drycleaning industry for award consideration this year, e-mail your nomination by November 1 to Editorial Director Bruce Beggs at [email protected].
A panel of judges reviews nominations annually. If selected, honorees will be contacted for a special feature story, with photos, which will appear in the magazine’s future print and digital formats.