publishers of African Americans On Wheels, Asians On Wheels and Latinos On Wheels magazines.
What does AAOW stand for?
AAOW stands for African Americans on Wheels (magazine)
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- Adult Amateur Owner to Ride (equestrian)
- Alumni Association of Osmania University (Hyderabad, India)
- Asian Association of Open Universities
- Associação dos Antigos Orfeonistas da Universidade do Porto (Portugal: Association of Former Members of the Choir of the University of Porto)
- Average Annual Output Value (farming)
- Acupuncture Association Of Washington
- Advanced Advertisement On-Web (est. 1995)
- An Act of War (game)
- Assistant Administrator, Office of Water (US EPA)
- Aam Aadmi Party (political party; India)
- Abbreviated Acquisition Program
- Abortion Access Project
- Academic Action Plan (various schools)
- Academic Advancement Program
- Academic Advising Packages
- Academy of American Poets
- Accident Analysis and Prevention
Samples in periodicals archive:
The fact is we don't do as much research as we should, or would, if we were buying something else, like a house," says Randi Payton, publisher and editor-in-chief of African Americans On Wheels, an automotive magazine.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- On Wheels, Incorporated, publisher of African Americans On Wheels, Latinos On Wheels, and the soon-to-be-launched Asians On Wheels magazines will honor NASCAR at the Tenth Annual Urban Wheel Awards as the inaugural recipient of the Diversity in Motorsports Award.
The company publishes African Americans On Wheels and Latinos On Wheels magazine, the On Wheels, Inc.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- African Americans On Wheels and Latinos On Wheels magazines today announced the finalists for the Urban Car and Truck of the Year categories.
the publishing arm of African Americans On Wheels and Latinos On Wheels magazines, today announced the 7th Annual Urban Wheel Awards (UWA) ceremony will be held on Tuesday, Jan.
The gala event, presented by African Americans On Wheels and Latinos On Wheels magazines, was hosted by Judge Greg Mathis from "Judge Mathis," the nationally syndicated reality-based court show, and Yolanda Nava, author of "It's All in the Frijoles" and an Emmy Award-winning television broadcast journalist.
Hosted yearly by African Americans On Wheels magazine, the event will expand to include Latinos On Wheels magazine, which published its premiere issue October 2001.