Amazingly, I’m not the type of person who waits till the last minute to get things done. Unless, of course, you count the cleaning frenzy I pull off, seconds before the husband is off work, which I (obviously) don’t count as procrastination. You say Tomato, I say TO-MAH-TOE.
Shopping, specifically, Holiday shopping, is a little harder to pull off and for whatever reason, there’s never enough time to get it all done. Or at least, completed with that feeling of having found everyone the “right” gift.
In an effort to break through the gift-idea doldrums, here’s some last minute shopping ideas.
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Ho, Ho, Ho! Panama City Beach – the best place ever for a White Christmas! That’s right. Nice temperatures, and a peaceful view of the World’s Whitest Beaches. No muss, no fuss, just relaxation on the Gulf of Mexico. Mostly balmy, but if you bring a rain poncho and some boots, you can walk on the beach every day and enjoy the beauty only the beach can bring. Have a wonderful holiday.
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At PCBdaily.com, we realize that the Panama City Beach community is one riddled with diversity. And keeping that in mind, we wanted to offer options to those out there who want to celebrate New Year’s Eve – but may not be feeling the crowds at Pier Park.
Let’s raise those noise makers to variety and tip our party hats to these alternative New Year’s Options!
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Sheltair Aviation broke ground on their new facility on Friday at their new location at the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport. The airport opened last May with General Aviation operating out of the new facility since mid summer.
Of the two FBO’s that were operating out of the old Panama City Airport, Sheltair is the only one that was able to successfully negotiate new terms for operation at the new facility. The airport just cut ties with H4C, taking back possession of their land in a $6 million eminent domain deal.
The new Sheltair facility at the new Panama City airport will consist of a 5,000 square foot terminal and a 9,000 square foot hangar. Officials estimate that the new FBO facility will have a $5 million impact on the area.
This post originally appeared on The Beach Show which airs a new episode of super hot real estate deals each Wednesday morning.
This week we’re featuring a fantastic home in Carillon that enjoys amazing views of both Lake Carillon AND the Gulf of Mexico. Deal 2 is a foreclosure in Tidewater Beach Resort – a 2 bed with a bunk room AND 3 full bathrooms. This is only $184,900. Amazing. Deal three is over in Turtle Cove where we have lakefront lots that have been released starting at $379,990.
After months of waiting to hear news of the pending claim filed over losses in tax revenue during the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, BP offered a claim settlement to Panama City Beach City Council Members, with a respectable $1.2 million payout.
The question to ask now is how the City is planning on utilizing the money. At the moment, mention has been made that the current goal is to put the money towards completing projects the City didn’t have funds for previously.
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This is part of our Secrets of Panama City Beach series, showing you things about the beach, you’ve never dreamed of.
This week is a special treat for me because I have the opportunity to write about one of my all time faves! Nestled under oak trees and sitting right on West Bay; Boon Docks Restaurant is a must try Secret of PCB. The drive to Boon Docks does make one think you may be going in the wrong direction, but rest assured it’s there, just set back off the main road.
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The dust is finally settling around the Panhandle, bringing with it the need to do a little image enhancing.
During the oil spill, misinformation regarding the impact the spill had on our beaches prompted many to choose other destinations for their vacations. Thankfully, our beaches were spared and the brunt of the spill never touched the snow-white sands of our shores.
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There’s nothing like candlelight, carols, and Christmas dressed children to bring in the season. We here at pcbdaily wish you the very best this weekend. Here are some area services to make your holiday complete.
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