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Algonquin wins 1992 graphics award.

Algonquin Brewery's Formosa Springs design recently was awarded first prize in the "straight truck" category at the 7th annual competition of the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC).

The contest was open to all fleet operators across Canada and a record number of entries was received for judging at this year's competition, organizers said.

"The awards, presented in five separate categories, clearly serve to recognize and encourage companies whose graphic designs have enhanced the image of the transportation industry." noted Ross Christie, PMTC president.
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Title Annotation:Algonquin Brewery's Formosa Springs motif wins truck design award
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Feb 8, 1993
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