New kiosks add to Gulf County brand

Published: Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 11:23 AM.

“It’s another touch point for visitors and they fit our brand,” said Jenkins.

The kiosks can be found at Frank Pate Park, Salinas Park, Gaskin Park, Highland View, Indian Pass, White City, the Dead Lakes and Beacon Hill.

These kiosks are not for paid advertisers and will be used exclusively for TDC-sponsored events and important information regarding seasonal fishing or riptide advisories.

Along with listing the “do’s and don’ts” for the area in which the kiosks sit, posted signage will encourage tourists to visit the Welcome Center in Port St. Joe. The kiosks will be actively updated once a month by TDC staff.

“These kiosks will allow us to continually communicate with visitors and relay the same message and same types of branding,” said Jenkins. “It’s been great working with the city and county and we’re very excited.”

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