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Restaurant Business is a finalist for 10 ASBPE regional awards

Commonly known as the “Azbees,” the awards are given out annually by the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASPBE) to honor the best business journalism around the country.
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Restaurant Business is a finalist for 10 regional ASBPE awards. | Illustration: Nico Heins

Restaurant Business Online is a finalist for 10 Upper Midwest regional awards from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), known as the Azbees, the industry group announced Monday.

Regional winners will be announced at chapter events in April and May. National finalists will be announced on April 18.

Held annually, the awards honor the top reporting, writing and design at business publications around the country.

RB Senior Art Director Nico Heins is nominated for best website design, as well as best article design.

Other nominees include:

“These awards are proof of the phenomenal journalism this team produces every day at Restaurant Business,” Maze said. “I couldn't be prouder of these folks.”

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