Numbers rising, TDC enters season

Published: Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 10:27 AM.

Board chair David Warriner said he thought better communications and networking among visits was well-fostered by the TDC and Ronald Pickett noted an increase in available activities beyond two appreciation receptions.

“I think a lot of them were impressed with what we were doing as far as providing activities,” Pickett said.

The spring promotion on Instagram has gone well, Jenkins said, though the numbers are less than she had hoped. The quality of the photos posted to reflect how folks think of Gulf County, however, have exceeded her hopes.

“I have to think more of the quality than the quantity,” she said.

The spring promotion is aimed at getting folks to snap their photos for upload to Instagram, the fastest-growing social media platform in the country, and tagging to #GulfCountynofilter.

The promotion, which closes at the end of the month, includes collaboration with several entities, a blogging network, the online presence of Field and Stream magazine, among others that include the non-profit Outdoor Nation whose mission is to connect the so-called Millennial generations to the outdoors.

“The spring promotion is going real well,” Jenkins said. “I am pleased with the results so far.

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