Keeping The Women Of Jacksonville Healthy

This past weekend, Sight & Sound Productions had the pleasure of working with and underwriting in part Jacksonville’s local public broadcasting station, WJCT on “Speaking of Women’s Health”. The event raised awareness about important women’s health issues from breast cancer screening to overall diet and nutritional advice. With uplifting seminars and an atmosphere of encouragement, WJCT offered women the opportunity to learn and grow together.

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Dei Griffin, Sight & Sound Production’s business manager who attended the event, described how the production company understands the importance of raising awareness about women’s health. “Sight & Sound isn’t just providing event production services for a client. We are here striving to create a memorable experience that celebrates and promotes education so everyone can make the right decisions about their body.”

LED lighting, audio, video and decor were a few of the services that were provided at the event. The fern centerpieces were popular among guests and the natural accents softened the event space. Sight & Sound is always glad to work with community organizations and this event is most certainly no exception.

By Steve Levy (@stephenflevy)

Marketing Media Specialist for Sight & Sound and Mugwump Productions

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Leading Jacksonville for over 20 years in professional event production.

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