CAT scoops Trade Journal of the Year award

CAT magazine has been named Trade Journal of the Year by motor industry charity BEN.

Editor Emma Butcher picked up the award and a rather fetching trophy at BEN’s annual lunch event at its flagship Town Thorns care home, near Rugby in October.

Presenting the award, BEN chief executive David Main thanked CAT for the extensive press coverage it has given to BEN over the last 12 months.

The magazine has played an important role in raising awareness among independent aftermarket workers about how BEN can help them in times of need.

“The CAT team is absolutely delighted to receive this award,” said Butcher. “Collecting it was a really proud moment. We care very deeply about BEN’s continued success.

“It is a fantastic charity. Not many industries have something as wonderful as BEN to lean on in difficult times and we’ll continue to do all we can to support it.”

She added: “Not only is it an extremely well run charity but it has a great team of people behind it so working with BEN is always a pleasure.”

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