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Subaru Canada Presents 2018 AJAC Feature Writing Award
5 November, 2018

  • Second annual Subaru Feature Writing Award honoured Mark Richardson and first runner-up Lee Bailie.

(MISSISSAUGA, ONT.)— Subaru Canada, Inc. (SCI) is pleased to participate in the 35th annual Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) automotive journalism awards as a sponsor of the 2018 Subaru Feature Writing Award. At the AJAC awards banquet in Ajax, Ont., SCI recognized 2018 Subaru Feature Writing Award winner Mark Richardson and first runner-up Lee Bailie.

Richardson’s award-winning feature, “The Headless Motorcyclist on the Ghost Road,” introduced the reader to the hunt for truth behind local folklore. The bilingual team of judges connected with a well-written, thoughtful article chronicling an interesting and eerie journey.

Automobile Journalists Association of Canada: AJAC

The first runner-up, Lee Bailie, had judges planning their own road trip to Bowling Green, Ky., in “Operation: Homecoming.” Judges were impressed with Bailie’s meticulous attention to detail as he provided an in-depth journey from Toronto to Kentucky to explore the National Corvette Museum.

This is Subaru Canada’s second year presenting the Feature Writing Award. The longer feature story covers a wide range of subjects. The award recognizes compelling stories that develop a connection between the author and his or her audience.

About Subaru Canada, Inc. Subaru Canada, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Subaru Corporation of Japan. Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, the company markets and distributes Subaru vehicles, parts and accessories through a network of 93 authorized dealers across Canada. For more information, please visit or or follow @SubaruCanada on Twitter.

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