PCB TDC to Meet, Discuss Summer Marketing Updates, Bed Tax Numbers

by August 23, 2010 • 2 comments

Tuesday, August 24, the Panama City Beach Tourist Development Council (known around these parts as the TDC) will meet to discuss various invoices to be paid, the possible build of a new Monument Sign, this summer’s bed tax numbers from June and July and a few other things that we’ll report on in greater detail tomorrow.

It’s been a couple of months since they’ve held a TDC meeting, but they’re usually pretty fun.  And, we’re always on top of covering them and providing the latest as to what’s happening, live, during the meeting.  Instead of cluttering up your Facebook feed with status updates on our page, we’ll hop over to our Twitter feed and post regular updates on what’s happening during the meeting.

For reference, here are the links.

The meeting will be at 9 am and will be held in the Council Room at the City Buildings in Panama City Beach.

Read on for the full agenda.

Or, you can just click here to download it.

AGENDA

COMBINED BOARD MEETING

Bay County Tourist Development Council

Panama City Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc.

Panama City Beach

Tuesday, August 24, 2010                                            9:00 a.m.                        Council Room, PCB City Hall

  1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER
  1. ROLL CALL
  1. Invocation
  2. Pledge of Allegiance
  3. Approve Minutes from June 8, 2010 and July 13, 2010
  1. REQUESTS TO ADDRESS THE BOARD ON AGENDA ITEMS (3 Minutes)
  1. UPDATE ON TOURIST DEVELOPMENT TAX COLLECTIONS, Ms. Charlene Honnen, Tourist Development Tax Specialist
  1. BOARD ACTION ITEMS
  1. Discuss and Consider for Approval CVB/TDC Financial Statements Dated May 31, 2010 and June 30, 2010, Mr. Yonnie Patronis, Secretary/Treasurer
  2. Discuss and Consider for Approval Beach Nourishment Management Consulting Services, Sustainable Beaches, LLC, Mr. Dan Rowe, President
  3. Discuss and Consider for Approval Coastal Planning & Engineering Invoice #100703 and Invoice #100704, Mrs. Lisa Armbruster, Sustainable Beaches, LLC
  4. Discuss and Consider for Approval Construction of Monument Sign Located at West End, Mr. Dan Rowe, President
  5. Discuss and Consider for Approval Co-Operative Media Invoices, Southwest Airlines, Mr. Dan Rowe, President
  6. Discuss and Consider for Approval FY 2010-2011 Program of Work and Budget, Mexico Beach Community Development Council, Mr. Dan Rowe, President
  1. BOARD DISCUSSION ITEMS
  1. Update on Marketing and Public Relations Activities, Ms. Susan Estler, VP of Marketing
  1. PRESIDENT’S REPORT
  1. CHAIRMAN’S REPORT
  1. AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION
  1. ADJOURNMENT
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1 B Harris August 23, 2010 at 4:37 pm

Here is a tip about advertising directed to the Panama City Beach Tourist Development Council.

I have a condo in PCB, just came back to Atlanta from a 2 week visit. I hear the commercials on TV for PCB. I say I hear them as I usually have the TV on while doing something online, or paying bills, reading, etc. I only pick up on these commercials when the last 8-10 seconds are on and they say “Panama City Beach”, by then it is over. Try putting the name of the city right up front in the commercial not at the tail end.

One further comment, when I have seen the spots they are VERY average, not bad, but absolutely nothing to distinguish it from some beach city in South Carolina, California or Texas. Can’t we find something more to show than sand, people and buildings – there is a heck of a lot of coastline in the USA, find some reason for people to come to PCB that we have and other placed do not have.

How about showing the piers, Sea World, drift boat fishing, and put the name of the city in the first 5 seconds so people will look at the commercials from the start and not at the tail end where someone looks up and the thing is over.

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2 Donald Gossett August 24, 2010 at 7:50 am

B Harris
You have some very good ideas.
There are boat ramps, for boaters, the jetties with people fishing.

Don

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