16th Annual Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon poster design chosen

Submitted by South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce
Posted 1/10/20

Foley – Sabrina Steuber of Huntsville, Alabama is the winner of the 16th Annual Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival poster design contest. The Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival will be held on …

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16th Annual Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon poster design chosen

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Foley – Sabrina Steuber of Huntsville, Alabama is the winner of the 16th Annual Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival poster design contest. The Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival will be held on May 1-2. Steuber’s colorful artwork will not only be the official poster this year, but you will also find it gracing the back of the official Balloon Fest T-shirts.

Steuber, although a native of Huntsville, likes to consider Gulf Shores as her second home. Her family visits the area annually every fall for a family vacation. She is no stranger to submitting her art for various events and said she likes to submit to events that suit her personal style of art.

Steuber found out about the Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival Poster Contest via the Gulf Coast Arts Alliance and has submitted to several events right here on the Gulf Coast. You can find more of her art work at The Beach Club. A few years back, Steuber entered into a competition for Turtle Tracks and was chosen as one of the winners. Her design became a turtle sculpture and is on display permanently at The Beach Club. We are proud to have Steuber’s art work as our official 2020 poster!

Official posters and t-shirts will be available for purchase at the Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival or in advance through the website, gulfcoastballoonfestival.com.

Please visit our website for more information about the event.