convention and visitors bureau

Seafood Fest May Get Another $150k from CVB

August 26, 2010 • 14 comments
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The oil spill threat this summer took it’s toll on the opportunity for us to have a slammin’, jammin’ summer, but it wasn’t all bad.  Our image was certainly tarnished, […]

by Jason Koertge

CVB to Implement Beach Flag Warning via Text Messaging Program

July 4, 2009 • 1 comment

In a much anticipated endeavor, the Panama City Beach Convention and Vistor’s Bureau has officially implemented a program that will announce beach flag warning updates via text message. The idea […]

by Cebo Campbell

AGENDA: TDC/CVB to discuss the Spring Break Study

July 2, 2009 • 0 comments

The Tourist Development Council and Convention and Visitor’s Bureau have called a special combined meeting to discuss the results of the spring break perception study. This will, no doubt create […]

by Jason Koertge

New VisitPanamaCityBeach Web Site Adapts to Each User

March 27, 2009 • 0 comments

The new web site is almost ready for launch and is looking awesome, might I add.  The user experience will be different for everyone based on Personality Quizzes, and […]

by Jason Koertge

SUNCARD Signup Friday, January 16

January 14, 2009 • 0 comments

Panama City Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau To Host Winter Guest “SUNCARD” Sign-Up on Friday, January 16 SunCard Program Caters to Winter Residents by Providing Discounts and Offers at Participating […]

by Jason Koertge

TDC Narrows Pool Down to Three Website Companies

October 13, 2008 • 11 comments

Friday, during a special workshop the TDC’s Interactive Committee, Marty McDaniel and Buddy Wilkes, whittled the 6 companies that submitted Requests for Qualifications (RFQ) down to their top three. The […]

by Jason Koertge

TDC ditches their brains, gets bested by competition

September 1, 2008 • 12 comments

Perhaps this post isn’t necesary, but I feel it prudent to underscore Bryan’s comments and insight into the current actions of the TDC. An interesting point is brought up, and […]

by Jason Koertge