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Bahamas need tourism

The Bahamas Need Tourism at Center of Post-Dorian Recovery

After being ravaged by the unprecedented Hurricane Dorian, the Bahamas is in its most urgent stage of recovery. But with half of its GDP dependent on tourism, it will need to focus its efforts in the coming months on ensuring that travelers still visit.  — Rosie Spinks and Danni Santana Hurricane Dorian took its deadly […]

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vacation rental

9 Inexpensive Ways to Refurbish Your Vacation Rental

When starting out in any business, investing is normally the first thing you’ll have to do. When it comes to vacation rentals, you’ll need to refurbish and redecorate your property for guests to stay in it. Whether you’re buying a new home or are letting out your current property, it’s always a good idea to […]

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housing crisis

Solutions for the Housing Crisis are Still Distant

Let’s start with some good news: in 12 to 36 months, the massive housing crisis hurting Bay County will improve. Not only will more homes be rebuilt and ready for sale or rent, but a slate of new apartments, townhomes and houses should be ready to go from St. Joe Company, DR Horton, and others. […]

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panama city beach events

2019 Panama City Beach Events This Fall & Winter

Panama City Beach Oktoberfest October 4-6 Aaron Bessant Park Amphitheater Get ready for great German food! Pair your beer with brats, either famous or smoked, meterwurst, or hot dogs (with or without sauerkraut). The event will feature a massive 150’x50′ tent decorated like the authentic Oktoberfest tent in Munich, Germany, as well as two outdoor […]

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pcb summer events

Upcoming 2019 Summer Events in Panama City Beach

Summer Concert Series Thursdays, June 6 – August 29 Aaron Bessant Park Amphitheater Hot summer nights are made for music, and the Summer Concert Series has become a beloved summertime tradition in PCB. Enjoy a FREE concert in the park every Thursday at Aaron Bessant Park Amphitheater — bring your lawn chairs and blankets and […]

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short-term rentals

7 Myths About Short-Term Rentals

Myth 1: the short-term rental industry is not that big Globally, the short-term rental supply listed on major Online Travel Agencies grew 33% from 2017 to 2018 to reach a total of 7.1Mn properties. Myth 2: the short-term rental industry is not relevant compared to the hotel industry Countries like France, Italy and Croatia have […]

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multigenerational travel

It’s a Family Affair: Multigenerational Travel

More families are loading up the minivan with kids, parents, in-laws, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins (or some combination thereof) and heading off to enjoy a holiday together. Multigenerational trips or those involving at least three generations of family members, are in vogue—and there seems to be no end to the opportunities for travel brands […]

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visit florida funding

Crux of Visit Florida funding fight: Do you need to sell tourism in state?

After a pitched battle in Tallahassee over the importance of the public-private agency’s marketing efforts, state lawmakers slashed funding for Visit Florida to $50 million for the budget year that starts July 1, down from $76 million for the 2018-19 fiscal year. With visitor counts shattering records year after year, Florida’s tourism sector has emerged […]

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Boeing Intends to Share Plans for 737 Max Fixes With Airlines, Regulators This Week

With airlines grounding 737 Max flights, and orders being at stake, Boeing is at pains to work closely with airline customers and regulators on software and training updates for the aircraft, which has crashed twice in less than five months. — Raini Hamdi Boeing plans to meet this week with customers and regulators to explain […]

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panama city beach vacation for life

Win A Free Panama City Beach Vacation For Life

Imagine winning a free vacation for LIFE in Panama City Beach Do you ever feel like your Panama City Beach vacation isn’t long enough? Do you pack your itinerary so full – only to leave wishing you had done one more thing and wind up saying, “maybe next year”? There are so many places to […]

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