Jacksonville, FL, September 16, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Stuck in My Head Media, an independent advertising and public relations agency, is proud to participate in the 2011 Jacksonville Caribbean Carnival.
The official festivities from the Carnival Organization of Jacksonville, Inc., run from Thursday, September 15, through Saturday, September 17, 2011--with a bonus day of celebration on Sunday.
"This is big. This event has a partnership with the city of Jacksonville, and working with COOJI is a great opportunity," says Nikki Turner of Stuck in My Head Media.
"COOJI" a non-profit organization, started in 1998 as a costume producing band. Quickly recognizing the popularity of Caribbean culture in Northeast Florida, they decided to expand. One year later, members of the group joined the International Caribbean Carnivals Association, and held their first festival in 2000.
SMHMedia will be on hand to capture the sights and sounds of this year's events, including the festive "Flag Party" on Thursday, the all white "Mega Glo" club night on Friday, the Mardi Gras Parade and Festival at Jacksonville's Metropolitan Park on Saturday, and the official "Insomnia" afterparty on Saturday night.
"What a phenomenal opportunity to add some color and culture to our agency's portfolio! With their passion and excitement, working with COOJI has been more than a pleasure. I'm already ready for next year," says Nisa Dalmas of Stuck in My Head Media.
About The Carnival Organization of Jacksonville, Inc: COOJI, is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing awareness, understanding, open dialogue regarding, and appreciation of Caribbean people and culture on the First Coast.
About Stuck in My Head Media: Led by media junkies and opening its' doors in 2008, this up-and-coming advertising & PR agency represents clients of all sizes. The team is based in Jacksonville, Florida with virtual satellite offices in Chicago and Los Angeles.