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Emergency Business Damage Assessment Survey available

Governor DeSantis Activates Emergency Business Damage Assessment Survey for Coronavirus (COVID-19) ~ The Business Damage Assessment Survey can be taken online at https://floridadisaster.biz/ ~ Tallahassee,…

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Local event cancellations

Brian Regan Show Postponed Due to Mr. Regan’s travel concerns, the Brian Regan show scheduled for Thursday, March 12 at 7:30 p.m. has been postponed….

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Bye, Bye, NASH

On Monday, Cumulus rebranded its local country station, WXBM, dropping “NASH 103.7 FM.” The station is now – “102.7 WXBM Your Country Station.” On Facebook,…

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Visit Pensacola hires new CEO

As we reported yesterday: Press Release: Visit Pensacola announced today that Darien Schaefer will be its next President/CEO. Schaefer and the organization reached an agreement…

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TDC: Coronavirus hurting tourism

This morning the Florida Department of Health hosted its first weekly conference call with its private sector and tourism partners (Emergency Support Function #18) to…

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Breaking News: Visit Pensacola CEO candidate turns down job

Pamela Johnson has declined the Visit Pensacola CEO job due to personal/family reasons. Johnson had been recommended for the position after a nationwide search. She…

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Impact of Coronavirus on our local economy has begun; how will Gilley respond

Pensacola was in the national news this weekend, but not in a positive way. As media outlets upped their coverage of the coronavirus, the newscasts…

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Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge to be closed for 45 days

We received an email from Escambia County Community and Media Relations at 7:35 p.m Thursday, March 5: The Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge will be closed…

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Visit Pensacola on coronavirus

We received a press release from Visit Pensacola at 4:32 p.m. Thursday, March 5. The email repeated the general information about the virus–which points to…

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