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IAFE


Receive International Association of Fairs and Expositions Certified Fair Executive Status


Matthew Daly & Miranda Muir Matthew Daly of the South Florida Fair in West Palm


Beach, FL and Miranda Muir of the Osceola County Fair in Kissimmee, were honored at the 2018 Management Confer- ence of the Interna- tional Association of Fairs and Exposi- tions (IAFE) as recip- ients of the Certified Fair Executive (CFE) designation. “Matt Daly is a true


So proud to see Matt and Miranda join the ranks of the IAFE CFE's - congratulations! Matt Daly, CFE, South Florida Fair and Mi- randa Muir, CFE, Osceola County Fair with IAFE Chair, Rick Vymlatil, CFE.


leader and has the unique ability to see both sides of an is- sue, he is an asset to our fair and the Fair Industry.” – Vicki Chouris, Vice Presi-


dent/ Chief Operating Officer at South Florida Fair & Palm Beach County Expositions, Inc. Mr. Daly is a native of St. Mary’s Pennsylvania and has


been with the South Florida Fair since July of 2015. Previ- ously, Matt served as the Facility Superintendent at the North Carolina State Fair for over a decade. “We in Osceola County, have been very fortunate


to have Ms. Muir join us and handle the day-to-day operation for KVLS. She is truly one of our treas- ures and certainly an asset to the Fair industry!” – Don Miers, Osceola County Sports & Event Facili- ties Director (retired). Miranda is a native of Illinois and has been with


the Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show for 5 years. Previously, she served as the General Manager of the Tillamook County Fair, in Tillamook, Oregon. Miranda, along with her husband Steve, currently reside in St. Cloud along with their two boys, Wrisley and Huxley. Matt and Miranda were two of 8 CFE recipients


recognized during a ceremony at the IAFE Manage- ment Conference in Minneapolis, Minn. The purposes of the CFE program are to:


a) provide incentive for professional improvement in fair management, b) recognize those who achieve the specific standards, and c) develop pro- fessional status in the field of fair management. Cer- tification also honors those members who have demonstrated their abilities through years of service to their fairs, fair associations, communities and the Association.


Directory Photo Contest Entry Hillsborough County Fair Destiny and Dyllon Register


44 FAIRCRACKER-SUMMER 2018


"It was COLD in Minneapolis for the IAFE Management Meeting!"


(l to r) Miranda Muir, CFE, Osceola County Fair; Toby Nott & Vicki Chouris, CFE, South Florida Fair; Rick Vymlatil, CFE, South Florida Fair; Lisa Hinton, CFE, Federation Executive Di-


rector; Denise Vymlatil, Fran Crone, SW & Lee County Fair; and Stacey Wade, CFE, Osceola County Fair.


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