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Truly Telluride wins top honors. Telluride Properties today announced that it took top honors for the second year in a row for its in-house property magazine Truly Telluride, winning best of category and a Benny statue in the Product/Service Catalogs category at the 2014 Premier Print Awards. More than 3,000 entries were submitted for judging to the world’s most prestigious international print competition. Truly Telluride began as a simple idea before the age of digital cameras, Photoshop, and e-publications; it was a mere list of real estate offered for sale. But as Telluride has evolved, so has the magazine. Now an 80- plus page, coffee-table-quality magazine, Truly Telluride has featured everything from candid

interviews with part-time locals Ed Barlow and the late Ambassador Richard Holbrooke to in-depth features on iconic institutions like the Wilkinson Public Library and Telluride’s first-rate educational programs, all featured side by side with some of most beautiful properties for sale in the region. “We’re thrilled that Truly Telluride won best of category in this prestigious competition for the second year in a row,” said Wendy McKeever, marketing director for Telluride Properties. “It’s an eye-catching piece that visitors love to pick up and our sellers are excited to be featured in, and anyone who lives here will tell you, Telluride has the greatest lifestyle on the planet and that’s really what drives the concept of Truly Telluride.” The Premier Print Award Competition recognizes the highest quality printed pieces in various categories from around the world. Each year, only the most worthy pieces receive Awards of Recognition, Certificates of Merit, and the highest honor —the Benny statue. The Benny has become a universally recognized symbol for excellence in the printing industry. For more than 60 years, winners of the largest, most prestigious print competition in the world have leveraged this honor to gain a competitive advantage. Telluride Properties is located at 237 S. Oak St., across from the gondola in the town of Telluride. Truly Telluride is available at the office, online at www.TrulyTelluride.com, or by mail upon request by calling 970-728-0808.

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