Fiscal year finishes with a bang for TDC

Published: Thursday, October 31, 2013 at 09:38 AM.

The results are evident in climbing traffic on the website, a growing number of “fans” on the TDC Facebook page and growing traffic at the TDC Welcome Center in Port St. Joe.

“It has been really busy just today,” Jenkins said on Monday.

Next year’s visitors’ guide will jump from 68 pages to 80 and will include new sections, such as pages devoted to hunting, and partners.

But as is the case in the world of Jennifer Jenkins, works remains.

“I really missed snowbird season though I can chalk that up to just being new here,” Jenkins said. “I would like to get ahead of Spring Break in April and May and I missed out some on fishing.”

She also wants to implement a proposed “beach ambassador” program emphasizing enjoying paradise in a safe manner, a kind of concierge/beach patrol.

There will also be a signage program pertaining to county ordinances on beach driving and pets, but signs that will not be “in your face.”

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