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APEX News 2020 APEX AWARDS
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Best of luck in APEX 2020!
Ken Turtoro Executive Editor
The APEX Awards
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WINNING IDEAS FROM APEX
See top award-winning APEX entries below.
AMERICANA / AMERICAN WAY
Americana / American Way --
American Airlines Publishing, Fort Worth, TX ...
" The writing is superb -- interesting, compelling and powerful in its ability to involve readers in the stories and leave them quietly satisfied at the end."