TDC continues branding efforts as 2014 arrives

Published: Thursday, January 9, 2014 at 09:28 AM.

There, Jenkins will distribute what she called “Gulf County survival kits,” packed with GCFL tumblers, Tupelo Honey, Ed’s Hot Sauce, a scallop knife and various other items.

“The goal will be to bring Gulf County to Birmingham,” said Jenkins.

A new website for the TDC will launch in March and feature more social integration and a larger calendar of events.

Jenkins said that one of her goals for 2014 is to offer more for visiting snowbirds by establishing additional events and activities for guests who visit January through March.

Plans are in motion for two winter guest receptions for visitors to come for food, drinks and mingling in order to meet members of the community and like-minded vacationers.

“Visitors make friends when they come here,” said Jenkins about creating a platform to help in the process.

The genesis of the ideas comes directly from visitors to the area who drop by the Welcome Center.

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