TDC/CVB Meeting: Spring Break, Thunder Beach, Next Year's Schedule

TDC/CVB will be meeting, Tuesday December 14, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. and will be discussing some pretty polarizing topics. Mr. Shannon Posavad, with Collegiate Marketing Group LLC, will be discussing Spring Break efforts for the upcoming season. Mr Rich Law, from Thunder Beach Productions, will talking, you guessed it, Thunder Beach. You don’t want to miss this one.

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AGENDA: TDC/CVB To Talk Airport and Seafood Wine and Music

If you’ve been wondering how the new airport fared over the season, you don’t have to wonder any longer. Mr. Randy Curtis, airport director, will give the board an update on airport numbers and future prospects.

Also, Mr. Jack Bishop will give an update on the Seafood Wine and Music Festival; definitely information you don’t want to miss. See the agenda below:

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PCB TDC to Meet, Discuss Summer Marketing Updates, Bed Tax Numbers

Tuesday, August 24, the Panama City Beach Tourist Development Council (known around these parts as the TDC) will meet to discuss various invoices to be paid, the possible build of a new Monument Sign, this summer’s bed tax numbers from June and July and a few other things that we’ll report on in greater detail tomorrow.

It’s been a couple of months since they’ve held a TDC meeting, but they’re usually pretty fun.  And, we’re always on top of covering them and providing the latest as to what’s happening, live, during the meeting.  Instead of cluttering up your Facebook feed with status updates on our page, we’ll hop over to our Twitter feed and post regular updates on what’s happening during the meeting.

For reference, here are the links.

The meeting will be at 9 am and will be held in the Council Room at the City Buildings in Panama City Beach.

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AGENDA: CVB/TDC to Discuss Beach Protection Plan In The Event of Oil

As the oil situation has begun to hit Florida shores, worry throughout the panhandle has increased. Lucky for us, Bay County has one of the most coordinated Emergency Services department in the region. This meeting will be about determining the plan of action if oil reaches our shores.

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