It's the first day of spring! Students in both Escambia and Santa Rosa County are out for spring break this week. Spring Break typically marks the beginning of a busy tourist season in the beaches of Northwest Florida.
According to Visit Pensacola, the tourism industry employs over 16,000 inidividuals in Escambia County and nearly another 4,000 in Santa Rosa County. Over 72% of visitors surveyed said they chose the Pensacola area for our beautiful, white sand beaches. According to studies done by Visit Pensacola, vacationers from Atlanta, Detroit, New Orleans, Birmingham, Nashville, Dallas, Gulfpot-Biloxi, Baton Rouge, and St. Louis flock to the Pensacola Beach area in large numbers during spring and summer. One of our favorite sayings in the state of Florida is that we live where others vacation.
Check out this video from Visit Pensacola on the value of tourism in our community.
To plan your vacation to Pensacola Beach, check out Visit Pensacola online.
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