Atrium Award

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Atrium Award
Awarded for Excellent in journalism coverage of the garment industry
Location Georgia, United States Coordinates: 33°57′09″N 83°22′25″W / 33.952365°N 83.373713°W / 33.952365; -83.373713
Country United States of America Edit this on Wikidata
Presented by University of Georgia School of Journalism and Mass Communication and AmericasMart
First awarded 1980

The Atrium Award is an award for excellent in journalism coverage of the garment industry given by the University of Georgia's Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication and AmericasMart,[1] the world's largest permanent trade center for wholesale trade and the only permanent international trade center in the United States.[2] Established in 1980 to "recognize outstanding work of writers and photojournalists who cover the nation's garment industry and to encourage them to put forth their best efforts,"[3] past Atrium Award winners include the San Francisco Chronicle, Detroit Free Press and, Los Angeles Times,[4] and individuals such as Sandra Eisert, San Jose Mercury-News and Jeff Wilkerson, St. Louis Magazine.[5]

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  1. ^ Staff, Herald (November 13, 1985), "Herald Wins Atrium Graphic Design Award", Miami Herald, sec. Living Today, p. 5D 
  2. ^ Powers, Pamela (July 16, 2012), "Rural Menomonie woman to launch product after bad hair day", Leader-Telegram (Eau Claire, WI), retrieved December 9, 2012 
  3. ^ "Chronicle photographer wins 1986 Atrium Award", Houston Chronicle, sec. Lifestyle, p. 2, November 5, 1986 
  4. ^ "Bobbin Magazine Wins Atrium Award", Apparel magazine, 41 (10), p. 16, June 1, 2000, archived from the original on February 3, 2013, retrieved December 9, 2012 
  5. ^ "Fashion/Dallas Winner Of Three Atrium Awards", Dallas Morning News, sec. News, p. 35A, February 11, 1989 

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