panama city beach spring break

Spring Break is Here – Total List of Schools on Break

March 5, 2013 • 2 comments

Every year the weather warms, the skies clear and the college kids go on break, flocking to the beach.  And after a few months of studies, who can blame them?  […]

by Jason Koertge

You Tell Us: Spring Break, To Be or Not To Be?

April 5, 2012 • 60 comments

Let me preface this post by saying spring break isn’t just some event that can be shut off or closed down. It is a period of time in which students […]

by Jason Koertge

Panama City Beach Spring Break Week 1

March 3, 2012 • 2 comments

It’s that time of year again.  The weather’s warming, the sand is beckoning and college students and families alike are getting spring-fever!  Our beaches are filling up this week and starting in […]

by Jason Koertge

Panama City Beach CVB Targets Spring-Breakers with New Online Planning Guides

February 26, 2010 • 4 comments
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It’s right around the corner – and this Spring Break, the Panama City Beach Convention & Visitor’s Bureau has taken a slightly different approach. Aimed at sending a serious message […]

by Ellie Cominos

5 things to Expect (& Not Expect) at the Spring Break Community Forum

August 4, 2009 • 11 comments

As you may know, on August 19th the TDC and CVB will have a community forum to discuss Panama City Beach Spring Break and whether or not marketing funds should […]

by Cebo Campbell

Spring Break is here and the beaches are filling up

March 5, 2008 • 1 comment

I can’t believe it is already March in 2008 already! Spring Break is here, and the beach is coming to life. I said this last year and I’ll say it […]

by Jason Koertge

Notes from the TDC/CVB Board Meeting January 9th, 2008

January 10, 2008 • 0 comments

7 of the 9 board members were present. Yonnie Patronis and Mike Nelson were absent. Bed Tax Collection Update: Charlene Honnen, the Bay County Tourist Development Tax Specialist, updated the […]

by Bryan Durta