Visit Panama City Beach’s Michaelean Stewart Named One of 30 Future Leaders of Destination Marketing

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla.- June 22, 2018- Destinations International announced that Visit Panama City Beach’s Interactive Marketing Manager Michaelean Stewart has been named to the 2018 30 Under 30 class. As a part of the 2018 30 Under 30 class, Stewart will have the opportunity to engage in professional development opportunities throughout 2018 and beyond. This year’s honorees will convene for the first time at the association’s 2018 Annual Convention in Anaheim, California July 10-13. Stewart joined Visit Panama City Beach at the start of 2015…

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Panama City Beach Announces New Developments On The Horizon For Summer 2018

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla., June XX, 2018 – At the end of a record-breaking spring, Visit Panama City Beach is looking ahead to summer with plans for new developments that will continue to enhance the destination. From a 200-foot observation wheel in Pier Park to a world-class Sports Park, Panama City Beach plans to add to its growing reputation as the ultimate year-round destination for families with a collection of exciting new ventures. “We’re thrilled for all of the development coming to our destination this summer and beyond,” shares Visit…

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Panama City Beach Reports Destination Up 9.6% for February 2018

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. April XX, 2018– Visit Panama City Beach and the Bay County Tourist Development Council announce collections for the month of February 2018 were up 9.6 percent compared to February 2017, and the destination is currently up 6 percent for the fiscal year, which began October 2017. “2018 continues to bring with it countless reasons for friends and families to visit Panama City Beach,” states Visit Panama City Beach President and CEO Dan Rowe. “Panama City Beach’s February results reflect the entire tourism community’s…

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PANAMA CITY BEACH SPORTS PARK & STADIUM COMPLEX AT BREAKFAST POINT RECEIVES FINAL APPROVAL

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla., March 06, 2018 – The Bay County Commission gave a unanimous approval for the construction of the first phase of the Panama City Beach Sports Park & Stadium Complex. The flexible, multipurpose design consists of thirteen fields: eight rectangular fields for soccer, lacrosse, rugby, football and flag football, as well as five collegiate-sized baseball and softball fields. The first phase of the project builds on the variety of tournaments that Panama City Beach will be able to host and enhances the destination’s appeal as…

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