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Chef’s art graces FLIBS program

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Yacht chef and artist Danielle Perry was selected to design the cover of the 2016 show program for the 57th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Her design highlights reef conservation and the need to eliminate the non-native invasive lionfish, which has no natural predators and is feeding voraciously on small fish, baby lobsters and other creatures.

The show program includes maps with exhibitor locations, alphabetized and categorized directories, seminar schedules, important information about transportation and parking, and more.

In partnership with the Marine Industries Association of South Florida, owners of FLIBS, Perry will donate the $2,500 prize money she was awarded for her design to the Coral Restoration Foundation in Key Largo, Fla.

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