Palm Beach County Sports Facility Guide Wins Prestigious Charlie Awards

The Palm Beach County Sports Commission has been awarded two prestigious Charlie Awards from the Florida Magazine Association (FMA). The awards were presented at the FMA’s annual awards gala. The Palm Beach County Sports Commission’s Facility Guide to The Palm Beaches won in two categories for Best Cover Design and Best New Magazine.

Published by Passport Publications in West Palm Beach, Florida, the Facility Guide to The Palm Beaches is the definitive publication on sports venues in Palm Beach County. In the comprehensive guide, readers will find that large-scale professional spectator sports are just one part of what makes The Palm Beaches a world-class sports destination. In addition to the many professional organizations that have hosted events in Palm Beach County, hundreds of amateur and youth sporting events call the region home each year. The Palm Beaches boast diverse and versatile venues, including immaculate multipurpose fields, two Major League Baseball Spring Training venues, softball diamonds, hardwood courts, hockey rinks, equestrian fields, swimming pools, and so much more – all of which can be found in the Facility Guide to The Palm Beaches.

“Creating a robust comprehensive guide takes many months of designing, writing, photography, and editing,” said Michael Zeff, Senior Director of the Palm Beach County Sports Commission. “It is an honor to be recognized by the Florida Magazine Association for that hard work.”

Founded in 1953, the Florida Magazine Association is a professional community for publishing professionals throughout the state. FMA is the largest state magazine association in the nation. FMA strives to “promote excellence and the standing of magazines in the Florida publishing industry and “to be the forum for networking, education, recognition, and advocacy for Florida’s magazine industry.”

The Palm Beach County Sports Commission’s Facility Guide to The Palm Beaches is a major tool used by the sports commission to promote and maintain Palm Beach County’s status as a premier sports tourism destination. The guide features in-depth venue profiles, high-quality photos, and essential information geared toward prospective event owners. The guide is available online for free download by clicking here.