Spread the news. Spotlight your story, achievement, business success or event
with a professionally written news article you can share with everyone.
See who’s already making headlines in News Articles, below.

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What’s Your Story?

Sunny Day News will spotlight your stellar achievements, putting you on center stage. Think of it as your “personal public relations” page.

We’ll feature you, your loved ones or your business by writing up a newspaper-style article that appears on the virtual news pages of SunnyDayNews.com.

Easily share your good news and photos on your favorite social networks, or anywhere online, by using a personalized link to your story on SunnyDayNews.com. Everyone in your network will be “linked in” to your story. Your friends will be atwitter with interest in your news feed. We’re confident you’re going to “like” it.

Don’t let traditional media decide your story isn’t newsworthy.
For $99, Sunny Day News will showcase your shining moments so
you can enjoy your place in the sun. We guarantee you’ll find value
in our service.

Go ahead: Trumpet your son’s graduation, your daughter’s new job, your spouse’s retirement, a new addition to the family or something work-related like a professional award. Sunny Day News will blow your horn. No milestone or athletic feat is too small for us to tackle.

Why wait? Use the form here to contact us today.

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Sunny Spotlights

  • Special anniversary or birthday
  • Promoting a business achievement
  • Birth of a child or a grandchild
  • First marathon or kid’s first home run
  • College graduation, or a wedding
  • Story about that trip of a lifetime
  • Grand opening of a business
  • Rover’s blue ribbon at dog show
  • Promoting church, group events
  • Your first hole-in-one

News Articles

“Glory Days” at Jersey Shore’s Stone Pony

To reach my promised land on time, I swore I'd drive all night. My buddies had given me a heads-up that Bruce Springsteen was making surprise appearances at the Stone Pony nightclub in Asbury Park, N.J., on Sunday nights. I couldn’t miss that opportunity.

Florida retiree proves he is still plugged in, becoming one of America’s oldest inventors

Florida retiree George Dobson, 79, has become one of America's oldest inventors by creating and patenting a unique way to organize and store the electrical and digital cords that keep us all plugged in. Like most great ideas, this one was born out of need. A few years ago, he went looking for the power cord for one of his devices. Like many of us, his frustration grew as he tore through a jumbled drawer of tangled cords. So, he solved this issue by creating a cord-storage board like no other. Necessity might be the mother of invention, but George Dobson is the father of this one.

Talented custom cake designer is on the rise

Alejandra Maddox is in the business of making people smile. Her actual business is making custom cakes. Her edible creations inevitably lead to beaming grins. Maddox owns Everything Cake in Longwood, Fla. She designs specialty cakes for any type of celebration or party. The word “party” can’t be spelled without a-r-t, which perfectly describes Maddox’s creations.