BRASS-NICKEL
TOURING REGION

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Awards Received

 Newsletter Awards

On The Road, Again!

The Official newsletter of the Brass-Nickel Touring Region


Received the AACA's


Award of Excellence
1998-2008

Master Editor Award
2001-2008

 Web Site Awards

Received the AACA's


Award of Excellence:
2001-2003,2005-2008
Award of Distinction:

2004


Master Web Master Award:

 2001-2002,2005-2008

National Awards
Won by Brass-Nickel Region Members

The Ann S. Eady Memorial Award

Presented to the editor of  a region or chapter newsletter for their contribution to the general welfare and spirit of the Antique Automobile Club of America.  Presented by the Southeastern Region of AACA, the trophy itself is Ann S. Eady’s typewriter which she used as editor of “Peachtree Parade” from 1965 to 1974.

 

Awarded to Judy Edwards in
February 2006

Augustus Post
Memorial Plaque

Awarded at the AACA Annual Meeting to the AACA member doing the most to preserve or re-create the spirit of the original Glidden Tours during a National AACA Tour.  Presented first in 1953 by AAA and since 1959 by AACA in memory of Col. Augustus Post, a founder of the AAA, early motorist and aviator, and instigator and participant of every original Glidden Tour (1905-1913).  He participated with AACA in every revival Glidden Tour from 1946 until his death.

Awarded to Judy Edwards in
February 2000

The Sparkplug Award

Awarded to the webmaster of a region or chapter internet website for their contribution to the general welfare and spirit of the AACA. Donated by Ruth and Roland Dunkelberge.

 

Awarded to Judy Edwards in
February 2006

The Ford Award

Awarded at the AACA Annual Meeting to Fords of the four eras of model years:

Brass Model era & Model “T” era cars       (1903-1927)

Model “A” cars (1928-1931)

Pre-War Ford cars (1932-1945)

Post-War Ford cars
    (1946 to current allowable year).

One winner will be selected annually from the nominees from all National Meets.  Junior and Senior cars are eligible.  Competition and commercial vehicles are excluded.  All driven and non-driven cars are eligible.  With consideration given to driven cars.  The award is made on the basis of authenticity, appearance and reliability.  Award established in 1976 by the Southeastern Region of AA

 

Awarded to Larry Rucker in
 February 2007

Larry Rucker
and his 1928 Ford Model A

Larry Rucker receiving award from AACA President Bo Croley