Published on : Friday, August 11, 2017
Recently, the Bay County Tourist Development Council has declared their total collections for June of this year. It showed a raise of 10.4 percent in comparison to June 2016. At present, the destination is up by 13.5 percent for the fiscal year that started from October 2016. With this constant growth, Panama City Beach is back on track creating another record breaking year for 2017. This growth shows the success of hospitality sector of Bay County and its direct affect on its financial condition.
To quote Dan Rowe, Visit Panama City Beach President and CEO, “Everywhere you go in Panama City Beach you see visitors and residents alike having fun and enjoying all that makes our destination so special. Tourism is truly the lifeblood of Bay County’s economy and our entire community should take pride in the success we are having as a world-class, year-round vacation destination.”
Panama City Beach keeps on to witnessing key investment in terms of community and multiple new hotels like beachfront Holiday Inn Express & Suites and Hampton Inn locations attracting summer visitors. Side by side, it is preparing itself for a thrilling fall season of events lined up like Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam, Pirates of the High Seas Fest, Florida Ironman and more.
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