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Pensacola, Fla. (Friday, Feb. 1, 2019) – Visit Pensacola is excited to announce the launch of the Pensacola Photo Trail. Currently, the trail consists of 15 stops throughout Escambia County spanning Perdido Key, Pensacola Beach, Century and various neighborhoods throughout Pensacola.
“The Pensacola photo trail was designed to get our residents and visitors out in the community to experience some of our most iconic attractions,” Director of Marketing and Communications Nicole Stacey said. “Our hope is to provide a free and fun activity for all that engages people and resonates on a personal and authentic level.”
Each month, Visit Pensacola will be doing a giveaway on social media to promote people to share their experiences and engage on social media. Followers will be asked to post photos with a specific Pensacola Photo Trail stop, hashtag #ExperiencePcola and tag @VisitPensacola.
Additionally, the organization would like to ask community members to share locations that may not be on the list. “The Pensacola Bay Area is full of unique experiences and we want to know what other stops people may want added,” Stacey said. “When we built the trail, it was meant to be obtainable with room to grow.” Specific locations were chosen based from a variety of factors including social engagement and Visit Pensacola marketing committee meetings.
To learn more about the Pensacola Photo Trail and for a full list of the stops, visit visitpensacola.com/phototrail. To learn more about social giveaways, follow Visit Pensacola on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @VisitPensacola.
About Visit Pensacola
Visit Pensacola is the destination management organization for Escambia County which includes Pensacola, Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key. With over 450 years of rich history and 18 miles of sugar-white sand beaches bordered by the emerald-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico, visitors from all over the world are lured to our pristine shores every year. Visit Pensacola supports the community vision of tourism by serving as the central body responsible for building tourism as an economic engine for our community through leadership, connection, collaboration and communication.