Some people will have already heard of Frommer’s, but for those not in the know, Frommer’s is a guidebook series and one of the bestselling travel guides in America. It all began back in 1957 with the publication of Arthur Frommer’s book, Europe on $5 a Day. Since then, Frommer’s has expanded to include over 350 guidebooks across 14 series, as well as other media including the award winning Frommers.com website which covers over 3,500 destinations. Continue reading “Florida’s Panhandle is one of Frommer’s Top 12 Destinations of 2010”
If you read my articles you know by now I try to base them on real life problems and concerns of all the sweet people I encounter during my work week, especially in the area of short sales and foreclosures. I have had so many different mountain climbing experiences lately in relation to this I decided to seek advice myself and make sure I was equipped for the task. Continue reading “Short Sales – We Get By With A Little Help From Our Friends”
On Saturday, February 13th the Citizens of Florida will have an opportunity to show their opposition to oil drilling as close as 3 to 10 miles off our coast. This movement will be made of people of all walks of life and will cross political affiliations. Continue reading “Hands Across The Sand in Panama City Beach, Florida”
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It’s almost here! Mardi Gras is without a doubt one of the highlights of the year and the upcoming Mardi Gras events in Panama City, Panama City Beach and St. Andrews are set to be bigger and better than ever for 2010. Continue reading “Mardi Gras in Panama City – an Insider’s Look at the Krewe of St. Andrews”
Have you ever been deep sea fishing? Until last summer, I hadn’t. Which is rather surprising, since I grew up here on the Gulf Coast and spent most of my impressionable days on the deck of one boat or another. It was a warm day in late May. The first few catches were decent B-liners (Vermillion Snapper). The next week Red Snapper season opened and I’m still not sure who was more hooked, me or the fish. The fight at the bottom of the line made dinner taste that much better. I’m not alone. Offshore fishing is big business.
Marketing committee meeting will be January 22 at 9 AM to review and discuss creative execution. Should be fun!