South Florida Business & Wealth Scores Five Awards From the Florida Magazine Association

Three monthly magazines published by Lifestyle Media Group (LMG) earned 10 awards from the Florida Magazine Association.

South Florida Business & Wealth (sfbwmag.com) nabbed five awards, including in the top categories of Best Overall Design (Silver Award), Best Overall Writing (Silver Award) and Best Magazine Website (Silver Award). SFBW also won a Charlie Award (Gold) for Best Design/Department and a Bronze Award for Best Design/Feature.

Tampa Bay Business & Wealth (tbbwmag.com), won a Charlie Award (Gold) for Best Photography/Single Department Image and a Bronze Award in the Best Design/Department category.

Finally, Las Olas Lifestyle (lmgfl.com) scored a Charlie Award (Gold) for Best Design/Use of Photography, a Silver Award for Best Photography/Single Feature Image, and a Silver Award for Best Writing/Department.

“As the new owners of these three stellar magazines, we are beyond proud,” said Bill Babcox, CEO of Babcox Media, LMG’s parent company. “We’re gratified that the Florida Magazine Association has recognized the outstanding work of our creative teams—honoring our dynamic digital content as well as every element of our print magazines, including writing, design and photography.”

“Congratulations to our stellar creative team,” said SFBW Editor-in-Chief Drew Limsky. “These awards touch every aspect of our content output and reflect the contributions of all our talented creatives and valued freelance photographers and writers. We also would like to congratulate our deserving colleagues at Tampa Bay Business & Wealth and Lifestyle magazines for their awards.”

LMG publishes South Florida Business & Wealth, Tampa Bay Business & Wealth and a suite of seven Lifestyle publications: Las Olas Lifestyle, InWeston Lifestyle, West Broward Lifestyle (serving Plantation, Davie, Pembroke Pines and West Miramar), Parkland/Coral Springs Lifestyle (also serving Coconut Creek), Boca Raton/Delray Beach Lifestyle, Doral Lifestyle (also serving Pinecrest and Coral Gables) and Aventura Lifestyle (also serving Hallandale Beach and Sunny Isles). LMG also publishes the annual directory South Florida Legal Guide.

The Charlie Awards, sponsored annually by the Florida Magazine Association, were held during the Florida Media Conference at Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa in Ponte Vedra Beach on August 5.

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