Worldwide Ticketcraft celebrates 20 years with FFEA

Mark Turner from Worldwide Ticketcraft attended the 20th Anniversary Florida Festivals and Events Association (FFEA) Conference and Trade Show in Orlando, August 13th to the 15th.  The Company displayed in booth #21 and a photo is included below. 

FFEA 2014 004 Suzanne Neve, Executive Director of FFEA, and the entire staff of the Association organized an outstanding event that provided numerous opportunities to meet the members attending the convention.  One effective program was the scavenger hunt that required the attendees to visit exhibitor booths to learn answers to special questions.  Worldwide Ticketcraft had the attendees ask about our offer to display their event posters on our company’s employee bulletin board for free advertising for their event.  A second question highlighted the fast delivery time for do-it-yourself products from our website,  For the Association’s silent auction, Worldwide Ticketcraft donated two tickets to “The Phantom of the Opera” for the November performances at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Ft. Lauderdale.  WWTC FFEA 2014 Silent Auction Mark and the Worldwide Ticketcraft team of admission specialists look forward to following up with the many great contacts that were established during the event.

Worldwide Unites & Builds Awareness for Water Safety

On May 23, 2014, Worldwide Ticketcraft was proud to assemble and sponsor the Josh the baby Otter Water Safety and Awareness Project at the Verde Elementary School located in Boca Raton, Florida.


“Our goal is to educate children with a fun and simple message: TO STAY AWAY FROM WATER UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.”

“Josh the Baby Otter” was created to help children comprehend and remember this important message. Ultimately, we want to create a water safety behavior for all children that will be passed on from generation to generation.

Drowning is the number one cause of accidental death for children ages 1-4 years, and nearly 3500 drowning’s occur in the U.S. each year which averages 10 per day.


The event was a true success as Josh the Otter was welcomed by scores of children who were presented with a story book and CD, courtesy by Worldwide Ticketcraft, but more importantly left with the knowledge that will stay with them and keep them safe.

By R. Zingarelli