TDC celebrates successful fall marketing campaign

Published: Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 11:21 AM.

A new TDC website is currently being developed and is scheduled to be live in mid-February of next year that will allow traffic to be directed to specific areas of the webpage that visitors may find appealing or helpful.

Another marketing endeavor saw eight wooden kiosks built around Gulf County to list upcoming TDC-sponsored events, important information and to invite guests to the Welcome Center.

They were constructed by the county’s maintenance team and have been erected at area parks that include Frank Pate, Indian Pass, Salinas, White City, Gaskin, Beacon Hill, Highland View and the Dead Lakes (see related article).

Scheduled appearances at the council meeting included Brenda Garth of the Semper Fi Sisters.

Garth asked the council for a special adjustment that would allow her to have $2,500 up-front for the shipping of the “Boxes of Love” that will be put together during the group’s annual packing party at the Centennial Building, for which the city of Port St. Joe has waived its rental fee.

The funds, allocated annually, would allow the Sisters to ship 200 packages.

Pat Hardman, coordinator of the Shells and Tales storytelling event, sought $1,600 to pay professionals to come in for the 2014 installment in February.

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