Wednesday, November 14, 2018

SunSational 2018 Awards winner (3×): City of Lake Worth at Florida Festivals and Events Association (FFEA).


Below is a press release issued from the City along with the three category winners: a photo, a billboard and a YouTube video as well.


The SunSational news about this City was also front page news in The Lake Worth Herald, your LOCAL source for LOCAL news. The Herald is still ¢50.

Pick up the Herald at the City’s newsstand in Downtown Lake Worth at Studio 205 at its new worthier location: 205 N. Federal Hwy. Check out 205’s new digs with juice bar, café and newsstand too. You’ll get a kick out of the new menu. It’s fabulous.


For more information about
Florida Festivals and Events Assoc. . . .

Imagine that. This organization has a Facebook page! 

Connect with FFEA: “For over 20 years, FFEA has been promoting and strengthening the festival, event and fair industry in Florida.”

Press/news media. To request an interview or have an inquiry your contact is Mr. Ben Kerr, PIO. Call 561-586-1631; email: bkerr@lakeworth.org


LAKE WORTH, FL — The City of Lake Worth Leisure Services Department received three 2nd place awards at the Florida Festival & Events Association Convention and Trade Show in Bonita Springs, Fl.
     The competition this year was high with over 400 applications representing Florida’s best and brightest event organizers. Lake Worth’s awards were won in three categories [press release continues below].


Event Photo.

Easter Egg Hunt (photo by Sean Moss):

For the City’s list of “Special Events”
click on this link.


Outdoor Signage.

Beach Bonfire Billboard:

Last year Mr. Eddie Ritz at The Palm Beach Post penned an exclusive special report about Beach bonfires and “Gooey marshmallows and chocolate”.


Television Ad.

Biblioarte Event Ad:




Press release continues. . .


     Lake Worth is home to many of Palm Beach County’s most unique and popular events representing the diverse demographics and cultures that make up the City.
     The FFEA is a not-for-profit association dedicated to supporting and promoting more than 3,500 festivals, events, and fairs in the state of Florida through education, networking and dissemination of information and the cultivation of high standards. The FFEA awards program recognizes the creativity, innovation and excellence of member organizations.

“I am very proud of our Special Events team for these awards, their enthusiasm and creativity help give Lake Worth its unique character.”
—City Manager Michael Bornstein.

A Tweet:



More information about this little City: “Located in Central Palm Beach County, Lake Worth is a dynamic, multi-cultural City with an individualistic style. People are drawn to the City by its acceptance of different cultures and lifestyles, historic districts, hip downtown and colorful arts district.”