2016 Awards for Excellence Winners
The Observer News was the big winner in the annual Community Papers of Florida (CPF) "Awards for Excellence" editorial and graphic awards competition presented at the recent annual conference in Orlando.

The weekly newspaper group headquartered in Ruskin picked up 27 awards including six first place trophies, one of which was a Judge's Choice Award.

Breeze Newspapers in the Fort Myers area picked up 15 awards including seven for first place. Of those first place awards, two were Judge's Choice Awards and one was for Best of Show!

Tampa Bay Newspapers received nine awards including four for first place, one of which was a Judge's Choice Award.

Ponte Vedra Recorder also picked up nine awards including three for first place.

Forum Publishing Group in Southeast Florida received seven awards including two for first place.

The Flyer was the recipient of six awards including three for first place.

The Florida Mariner received five awards including two for first place.

Four awards, including one for first place, were presented to The Island Reporter.

TomL Publications in Central Florida was the recipient of three awards including one for first place.

Hometown News picked up three awards, and both the Orlando Pennysaver and the Boca Raton Tribune each received one award.

Mailbox Publishing / Ocean Media (not in attendance) received ten awards, including three for first place.


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