Celebrating Warren Brownês brand of automotive journalism
Few have had their lifeês work celebrated by their peers, but thatês what happened for Washingtonês favorite automotive journalist, Warren Brown, Washington Post syndicated columnist, at a special event in his honor earlier this month. The journalist members of the Washington Automotive Press Association (WAPA) came together to recognize one of their own, spotlighting the innumerable contributions to journalism Brown has made in his longstanding career covering and reporting on things automotive.
WAPA president William West Hopper went on to commend Brown and his unique brand of writing that brought cars and trucks to life for countless Washingtonians who read his column in the Post week in and week out.
Besides the WAPA member journalists, the event for Warren Brown included any number of automaker and dealer representatives, including from WANADA, which arranged for and presented a proclamation from the DC City Council at the request of Councilman Jack Evans designating June 15, 2017 as Warren Brown Day in Washington. To further commemorate the occasion, WANADA made dollar contributions on Brownês behalf to his charities of choose: The Washington Regional Transplant Community, which assisted him with kidney disease, and Life Pieces to Masterpieces, a group committed to helping disadvantaged black youth be all they can be.
Warren has always been highly respected and very much appreciated in the auto industry because of the fair, credible and thought provoking news he has reported over his long and distinguished career at the Post, said John OêDonnell, WANADA CEO.
WANADA joins the many in wishing Warren Brown the very best on the well-deserved recognition as the automotive journalist extraordinaire that he is.Download Bulletin PDF