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Tourist group keeps PR firm


© St. Petersburg Times, published February 9, 2001

The Tourist Development Council took a few steps forward at its meeting Thursday.

The TDC voted to retain for a year Communication Solutions, the Tampa-based company that has done its public relations and marketing work for the past two years. The TDC also directed that firm to come up with a list of the services it has rendered under its $60,000 in contracts with the TDC.

Communication Solutions, under the direction of the TDC, also will be working on a list of goals and objectives that would fit with the mission statement that the TDC adopted: to maximize the economic impact and quality of the visitors' experience.

Communication Solutions also is developing a Web site that would promote the county's natural, cultural and sports opportunities, and provide links to various events and organizations.

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