Massage & Bodywork Special CBD Issue Wins Award for Best Feature Article

The September/October 2019 issue of Massage & Bodywork, featuring a 16-page special section on CBD and massage, today was named the winner of a prestigious Maggie Award for Best Feature Article.

Darren Buford, editor-in-chief of Massage & Bodywork, had this to say about the award nomination: “We are extremely proud of earning this designation. Our team stretched from Kentucky to California on this issue. We wanted to do a deep dive on CBD and provide the most in-depth and up-to-date coverage available for the profession.”

From the Maggie Awards website:

The 68th Annual Maggie Awards recognize excellence in publishing and digital media. Entrants represented hundreds of distinct brands. The longest reigning awards program is proud to reveal finalists as judged by industry peers and publishing executives.

“We are honored to present this year’s finalists representing the best in media across consumer, trade, student, and digital media,” reports Catherine Upton, Maggie Awards Chair. “These brands span the USA and are recognized for excellence in editorial, design, layout and impact,” says Upton.

Read the issue online at www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1153082-september-october-2019. To join ABMP and receive Massage & Bodywork six times per year, visit www.abmp.com/why-join-abmp.

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