The Southlake Style Readers’ Choice results are in, and the Community Services Department boasts numerous winners and finalists!
The annual Readers’ Choice survey closed after approximately 43,000 votes were cast by Southlake community members. Voting was open from February 2 until February 18. Having been nominated in multiple categories, here are the results of this year’s survey:
Make sure to keep up with everything that is going on at these award-winning venues. With Spring Break just around the corner, the possibilities for fun are never-ending!
Here is a list of events to look forward to within the Community Services Department:
Register for these events and more here.
Congratulations to the winners and the teams who make creating world-class experiences for our community possible. Thank you to everyone who voted for us! Serving our community and working towards becoming the premier destination for lifelong memories is what drives us. Keep an eye out for our winners in the April issue of Southlake Style.
As a locally owned business, Southlake Style magazine understands the importance of supporting other area businesses, especially during economic hardships created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Founded in 2006, the magazine covers the suburbs of Northeast Tarrant County through print, digital and event offerings related to community, food, events and style. Through the Southlake Style Cares initiative, the magazine has established a $100,000 Advertising Match Program to assist local business towards a swift economic recovery.
“After speaking with many local businesses during March and April, we saw first-hand how many were struggling due to COVID-19. We worked hand-in-hand with many to alter their marketing programs, defer their billing and provide installment billing options. With many of their businesses being closed or having a reduced capacity, their need to market and communicate was even greater. We wanted to find a way to help businesses even further and the advertising match program was born,” stated Nicole Tesoriero, co-founder and sales and marketing director of Southlake Style.
Every dollar spent on new print and digital display advertising through December 31, 2020 will be matched with an equal amount of advertising up to $100,000 in matched advertising. Since the program launched in late July 2020, more than 40 businesses have applied to the program and as of mid-September, Southlake Style matched $57,988.25 to 33 businesses across a variety of industries, including restaurants, health and wellness, travel and leisure, and services.
Matching funds may be gifted to another business or non-profit organization.
“Believe it or not, there are some industries and businesses that are thriving throughout COVID-19 and the idea of gifting match dollars was born from knowing that while some are doing well, they may not have the need to use the gifted dollars for themselves. We live in a community where businesses like to support one another and we knew that by offering a gift option, we’d have some companies stand up to help others. A perfect example is how Billy Stevens of billyGo called us after seeing the announcement of our program and said he’d like to gift $10,000 to the program and earmark the gift specially for our locally owned restaurant community.”
Southlake Style supports efforts to increase consumer confidence and is a member of the Economic Recovery Task Force, which is composed of local business leaders who work with the City of Southlake to help strengthen Southlake’s business environment in the wake of COVID-19 impacts. Southlake Style has also taken the Southlake Safe Pledge, a City program for local businesses that are practicing recommended health and safety guidelines. Businesses that take the Southlake Safe Pledge are included in the Southlake Safe business directory, have a revolving feature on the Southlake Safe website, and receive a kit that includes PPE essentials.
The district’s Board and Community Relations Department is teaming up with Southlake Style to publish an exclusive guide to all things Carroll ISD!
The magazine is called “Inside Carroll” and just like the name implies, gives readers an inside look at the school district, culture and community. This August, we are publishing 12,000 copies to be circulated throughout the community. The publication will include facts about Carroll ISD, the history of the Dragon trademark, in-depth information about programs and organizations that support the Carroll Dragons as well as student features.
If you are a business or individual interested in advertising, contact Jill Webb, Assistant Director of Marketing for Carroll ISD. Jill can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Board and Community Relations Office at 817-949-7087.
There is limited space and ads will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. Click here for information about the magazine, ad sizes and pricing.
For the tenth year in a row, Southlake Style is hosting an essay contest for Southlake Style’s Best Mom.
Southlake Style Publisher Mike Tesoriero says, “We are excited to be celebrating 10 years of fantastic mothers through our popular essay contest. Thanks to our generous returning sponsors this year’s winning mom will receive over $2,000 worth of gifts!”
Southlake’s premier lifestyle magazine will be accepting essays from any and all of its readers now through Sunday, March 29, 2015. Southlake Style readers are asked to submit their essays in writing (500 words or less) on why their mother or wife should be recognized as Southlake Style’s Best Mom of 2015. Just like in years past, the winner will be showered with an amazing prize package worth over $2,000.
The Rules are simple:
1) Essays must be 500 words or less.
2) Submit your essay electronically no later than noon Sunday March 29, 2015. Essays may also be mailed to “Southlake Style Best Mom Contest – 260 Miron Drive Suite 110, Southlake, Texas 76092.
The City of Southlake and the Southlake Police Department have teamed up with Southlake Style to bring a series of public service announcements called Unsafe Southlake. These ads printed in the Southlake Style focus on safety issues that affect Southlake.
In this month’s Southlake Style you will see an ad focused on distracted driving. Did you know that 78 percent of teens and young adults say they have read an SMS message while driving? Also, 71 percent of teens and young adults say they have sent an SMS message while driving.
The youngest and most inexperienced drivers are most at risk for distracted driving. 16 percent of all distracted driving crashes involve drivers under the age of 20. At any given moment, drivers of all experience levels-in more than 660,000 vehicles- are using cell phones or distracted driving during business hours.
In Southlake, we have a lot going on, construction zones, school zones, bicycle riders, runners, walkers and families making memories. With more than 47,000 vehicles traveling on Southlake Boulevard daily, we need to keep our focus on what lies ahead because it only takes three seconds to change a life forever.
Click here to see the Distracted Driving ad in the July 2014 edition of Southlake Style.
Congratulations to Lieutenant Ryan Arthur named in Southlake Style Magazine’s “Best of 2012!”
Best Helping Hand –Emergency Medical Services Lieutenant Ryan Arthur followed his uncle’s footsteps into a career as a fire fighter. In his new role the Southlake DPS Lieutenant tackles all aspects of public safety from answering alarm calls to helping with critical patients and providing all-important training to other staffers. (pg. 16) http://southlakestyle.com/2012/12/04/best-of-2012
(SOUTHLAKE) – You know your kid is cute so why not show them off on the cover of the city’s best lifestyle magazine? Southlake Style is looking for some adorable kids to be on the cover of our November issue.
Its simple to enter:
(All contestants must be available for a photo shoot with Bludoor Studios at Bob Jones Park on October 7th.)