Small Craft Advisory wins APEX awards

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Small Craft Advisory, the official publication of the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators, and its editor, Kimberly Jenkins, were recognized with APEX awards.

Small Craft Advisory received the 2009 APEX Award of Excellence in the Most Improved Magazines and Journals category.

Jenkins, editor of Small Craft Advisory, garnered an Award of Excellence in News Writing for her article "To Swim or Not to Swim." This article was part of an issue focusing on cold-water immersion.

APEX is an international competition that recognizes outstanding publications from newsletters and magazines to annual reports, brochures and Web sites.

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