Monthly Archives: October 2010
|October 15, 2010||Posted by admin under Events, FAPC, Horticulture|
Last month, I went down to Orlando for the FNGLA Landscape Show as I mentioned here. It was a lot of fun and the first time I had ever been to a show like that. It amazed me how they got some of those plants into the convention center. Well, let me rephrase – they […] continue reading
|October 14, 2010||Posted by admin under Uncategorized|
It’s one of my favorite times of the year – football season! And one of the greatest things about football season is the awesome tailgating food. That being said, we want to see your favorite tailgating recipes that use fresh Florida ingredients! Email your recipes to us at firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday, October 22 at noon to be […] continue reading
|October 14, 2010||Posted by admin under Business|
A few months ago, we did an introduction to Foursquare and gave some tips on how it can help your business. This trend in location-based marketing is still growing and has plenty to offer for both small and big businesses to take advantage of. While Foursquare is my personal favorite service, there are several others […] continue reading
|October 13, 2010||Posted by admin under FAPC, News|
One of our Florida Agriculture Promotional Campaign Members, Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market, just announced some exciting news that I wanted to share with everyone! Source: WiredPRNews.com Boynton Beach, Florida – Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market, Palm Beach County’s First Farmer-Owned and Operated Indoor Green Market, announces the launch of their new eCommerce Storefront on Bedners.com. “We have […] continue reading
|October 12, 2010||Posted by admin under Healthy Eating, Produce|
Back in September, we participated, for the first time, at the annual three day Family, Fun and Fitness Expo. The event was held at Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center, Orlando. The organized event was sponsored and hosted by popular radio talk show host Tom Joyner, which attracts thousands of African American consumers. According to […] continue reading
|October 6, 2010||Posted by admin under Agriculture, Recipes, Seafood, Uncategorized, Wine|
If you are familiar with the beautiful emerald coast and some of the “world’s most beautiful beaches” then you know that Panama City Beach truly is the place for fun. And this weekend they are gearing up for their very own Seafood, Wine and Music Festival at Frank Brown Park. First lets talk about the […] continue reading
If you are familiar with the beautiful emerald coast and some of the “world’s most beautiful beaches” then you know that Panama City Beach truly is the place for fun. And this weekend they are gearing up for their very own Seafood, Wine and Music Festival at Frank Brown Park.
First lets talk about the seafood– there will be many types for everybody’s taste and preference. The organizers of the festival have a seafood “411” on their website that states that the food vendors are proud to feature “Fresh from Florida” seafood wherever possible. The food court will be stocked with delicious seafood. There will be also celebrity chef exhibitions from some of the area’s top chefs featuring mouth-watering food from their restaurants.