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Whitney Fike

Whitney Fike is a native to the Pensacola Bay Area. Adventuring new places are how her best days are spent. She can often be found enjoying the many treasures our beloved city holds. She loves listening to live music, enjoying delicious Gulf seafood, attending festivals and events and finding ways to give back.

Recently her husband, Adam, (with a little help from Whitney) finished remodeling a 91-year-old home in East Hill. Now you’ll find them running through the streets of East Hill. Together, they are always outside enjoying the beautiful Florida weather by fishing in Pensacola Bay or the Gulf of Mexico, riding bikes, and now adding home renovations.

When she’s not wandering the white beaches or streets of downtown Pensacola, Whitney works behind the scenes as a public relations, social media and communications professional. She even has a crafty side as she is a modern quilter and always looking for inspiration.

Follow her journey on Instagram and Twitter at @sparkplugwhit.

Posted on Friday September 15, 2017
Whitney Fike

In Pensacola, we love celebrating Fall, especially since it typically doesn't dip below 75 degrees. As a coastal city, we tend to get a little creative on our decorations to suit the season. Here are five ways to incorporate our slice of Florida sunshine in your home. Read More...

Posted on Saturday March 04, 2017
Whitney Fike

Frivolity is always overflowing in Pensacola, as we love any excuse to celebrate. A global celebration of Irish culture, St. Patrick’s Day is often observed in eccentric and comical ways, and Pensacola sure has plenty to offer around this quirky holiday. Read More...

Posted on Thursday January 05, 2017
Whitney Fike

Enjoying Mardi Gras in Pensacola consists of seeing parades, krewes, beads, feathers, costumes, music, king cakes, masquerades, balls, coronations and plenty of merrymaking all together. We’ve got kings and queens and plenty of Krewe royalty roaming the streets and participating in parades. Read More...

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