Send Us Your Events and Deals – We’ll Put The Word Out

by July 27, 2009 • 1 comment

Everyday on and, I’ve receive loads of emails from tourists who want to know what’s happening when; big events, small giveaways–whatever, they want to know and we want to make sure they see what you’ve got going on Panama City Beach.

Let us help you get the word out. All you have to do is email your event to me, cebo@toocreative, or Jason jason@pcbdaily, and we’ll take care of the rest.

If you have something as big as a city-wide festival or something as small as a two-for-one special, drop us a line and we’ll publish that information on, on the facebook fan page, give it a few tweets and, if it’s a weekend event or special, we’ll run it in our new “Weekend Wednesday” column detailing what’s happening every weekend on Panama City Beach. Even if that event is months away, send it to us and we’ll place it on our online calendar for everyone to see. When the date nears, we’ll post an article. All you have to do is send us the info.

No event or special is too big or too small.

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1 Isaac Eiland-Hall July 28, 2009 at 6:28 am

Well, it’s a bit short notice, but I’m one of the actors in “All My Sons”, a two-performance show in the black box at Gulf Coast Community College, this Thursday and Friday at 7:30pm. $10 donation officially requested, but unofficially not at all required…

Wiki about the play:

Facebook event page:

Director: Nicole Maulden
Type: Music/Arts – Performance
Times: Thursday, July 30, 2009 at 7:30pm
Friday, July 31, 2009 at 7:30pm
Location: Amelia Center Black Box
Street: Gulf Cost Community College
Phone: 850-866-3460

Some more info:

Putting forth issues and themes that are still relevant over 60 years later, All My Sons is a classic American play about families and a neighborhood that are, on the surface, seemingly average. However, as past transgressions and relationships are slowly revealed, one becomes entranced in a story that is anything but average and an ending that is both shocking and thoughtprovoking.



July 30th 7:30
July 31st 7:30

Tickets are $10 with all proceeds going to benefit a local veteran’s charity.