Good Grit Magazine calls for 1st annual “Character of the South” Awards submissions

Press release:

Good Grit Magazine Launches “Character of the South Awards”

Birmingham, Alabama, February 23, 2016Good Grit Magazine has launched their first annual “Character of the South Awards” for 2016. Nominations are submitted online via the magazine’s website until April 1st and open voting begins on April 11th. Categories range from “Best Brunch” to “Innovative and Emerging City” with 25 categories in all. Nominees must be open and running for a full calendar year prior to the April 1st deadline and must be operational in one of the eligible southern states. Winners will be featured in the July/August “Wanderlust” issue.

Good Grit’s editor Jaime Primak Sullivan says, “The Character of the South Awards are crucial to Good Grit’s commitment to highlighting emerging southern creators, innovators and talent in spaces like texture, savor and humanity. We are very excited to showcase not only the established southern talent, but the up and coming pool of talent as well.”

About Good Grit Magazine: Good Grit Magazine is a bi-monthly publication with an elegant and progressive reflection of Southern culture, committed to taking you on a thought-provoking journey from cover to cover.

For more information on Good Grit Magazine or the Character of the South Awards, please contact

About Max Hunt
Max Hunt grew up in South (New) Jersey and graduated from Warren Wilson College in 2011. History nerd; art geek; connoisseur of swimming holes, hot peppers, and plaid clothing. Follow me @J_MaxHunt

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