Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (June 10, 2017) The newly established Womens Food Alliance 'Blossom' Award recognizes junior members who are working in the hospitality industry and represent the BEST of what hospitality should be.
Created in memory of WFA member Karin Sufalko, owner of 57 Treasury floral design, the 'Blossom' Award epitomizes the personal respect bestowed on her by friends and associates for her grandeur, original floral artistry and creative design.
The first recipient is Amber Tillman, a server at Marsh Creek Country Club in St. Augustine. A Flagler College student who enjoys learning from every opportunity and greeting people with the possibility of becoming a friend, she exudes a warm and gracious style that was developed during her high school years in Winter Haven, Florida. Amber was Government President for three years and Executive Board President in her senior year ~ where she developed many professional traits including how to communicate with people, how to run meetings and how to dress appropriately.
"The hospitality industry is a great way to earn money through my college years and I enjoy working in a country club. I've developed more confidence personally and am now familiar with club procedures, menu, foodservice and getting to know our members. I'm studying deaf education and I take pleasure in making our guests & members happy" states Amber.
'Blossom' Award winners become an Honorary Member of the Womens Food Alliance when they possess the following hospitality criteria:
- Have a positive attitude
- Exude a warm welcome
- Display a professional style
- Offer gracious service
- Possess proficient communication skills
- Represent a well-groomed woman
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