I was totally shocked that the newsletter made it this far. I didn't even know that my staff had submitted it. I'm excited about it because I put a lot of time and effort making sure that the newest issue kicks the last month's issues butt before we get it out the door.
Duluth, GA (PRWEB) June 6, 2009
When the 2009 American Business AwardsSM are handed out this month, Matt Bacak will be one of the elite's up for the distinction. The Internet marketing guru recently learned that his monthly special report, "The Internet Marketing Dirt," has been named a finalist in the Best House Organ/Publication. This recognition positions the newsletter among the nation's top nine in that category. The world's premier business awards, the Stevies®, as the trophies are popularly known, will be officially placed into the hands of their winners on Monday, June 22, at the 7th annual awards banquet at the Marriot Marquis Hotel in New York.
Named for the Greek word for "crowned," the Stevies® are indeed a crowning glory accomplishment. They honor outstanding achievements in the American workplace, from the executive suite to the mailroom … and everywhere in between. Now in their 77th year, the American Business AwardsSM had more than 2,600 submitted entries this year. Over five weeks of preliminary judging, an esteemed panel of business professionals nationwide culled the nominees down to a list of finalist. When that list was announced on May 19, Internet Marketing Legend, Matt Bacak, was thrilled to learn his monthly newsletter had made the Best House Organ/Publication shortcut.
"I was totally shocked that the newsletter made it this far. I didn't even know that my staff had submitted it. I'm excited about it because I put a lot of time and effort making sure that the newest issue kicks the last month's issues butt before we get it out the door." explains Matt Bacak of his award nod.
The mission of the American Business AwardsSM is to raise the profile of exemplary organizations and individuals among the press, the business community and the general public. Only nine submissions received finalist status in the Best House Organ/Publication category. Matt Bacak's "The Internet Marketing Dirt" is among that illustrious group. Win or lose on award day, he'll walk away with at least a Certificate of Finalist Recognition.
For more information on Bacak's "The Internet Marketing Dirt" newsletter, contact Tamara Smith at 770-623-3008. To learn more about the special report that drew the attention of the Stevies, visit Bacak online at http://www.twitter.com/mattbacak