The Greater Caribbean American Cultural Coalition in association with the City of Lauderdale Lakes and the Greater Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce will be hosting UNIFEST 2011, at Vincent Torres Park, in the City of Lauderdale Lakes. This will be the seventeenth year of this multicultural Caribbean heritage festival which celebrates Caribbean culture, art, food, and music. UNIFEST will be held on Sunday, May 22nd, 2011 and as in past years we expect to have approximately eight thousand attendees at this year’s event.
The business community is an integral part of UNIFEST and we invite you to participate in UNIFEST as an exhibitor in one of our individual (10′ x 10′) vendor booths or under our corporate tent (6′ banquet table and two chairs). This is an opportunity for your business to derive some of the many benefits of participating, which include;
* Securing new business contacts
* Developing prospect database
* Accelerating the sales process
* Accessing the decision maker
* Providing hands-on exposure to products and services
* Identifying and assessing new markets
* Maintaining exposure
* Building brand awareness
* One to one business networking
* Recruiting new distributors
* Recruiting personnel with specialized skills
* Networking with the business community
* Gaining customer feedback
* Maintaining profile with competitors
* Testing the market for new product or service development
* Market research
* Business Card Exchange
If at his time you are not able to participate as a vendor, please review our “UNIFEST 2011 Magazine Rates” contract and take advantage of the opportunity to advertise to 40,000 potential readers. Please contact Albert Lettman at 954 737 9800 or Linda at (954) 730-8885 if you have any questions regarding the options presented.
The theme of UNIFEST 2011 “A Total Caribbean Experience” speaks for itself. Part proceeds will also provide funding for educational scholarships for high school and college students, our Annual Student Internship Program and the annual cultural exchange program which brings the Portmore High School Marching Band from Jamaica to Fort Lauderdale.
The continued success of UNIFEST is predicated upon the support of our partners, advertisers and participants. The Greater Caribbean American Cultural Coalition, the City of Lauderdale Lakes, and the Greater Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce sincerely appreciate your support and look forward to continuing this mutually beneficial partnership in the years ahead.