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100 Things to Do In Coastal Mississippi Before you Die Book Launch

Brooke Gibson Public and Media Relations Executive 228-388-2993 brooke@coastalmississippi.com 100 Things to Do In Coastal Mississippi Before you Die Book Launch and Signing with Author Lisa Evans Coastal Mississippi, September 22, 2022—Coastal Mississippi, the Convention and Visitors Bureau for the tri-county region of the Mississippi Gulf Coast and the Mississippi Gulf Coast Coliseum and Convention Center will host a book launch and signing with author Lisa Evans, for her new book 100 Things to do in Coastal Mississippi Before You Die (2022…

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Coastal Mississippi Announces New Hires in Communications & Engagement and Destination Services

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Pattye Meagher Director of Communications & Engagement 228-388-3634 pattye@coastalmississippi.com Coastal Mississippi Announces Two New Hires in Communications and Engagement, Appoints New Destination Services Executive from Within Coastal Mississippi, August 7, 2022 – Coastal Mississippi, the destination marketing organization for the tri-county region, is pleased to announce the addition of Brooke Gibson as Public & Media Relations Executive and Lauren Skelton as Digital Content Executive in the Department of…

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Pass Christian is the Mississippi Beach Town You've Probably Never Heard of

Southern Living A laidback seaside vacation awaits! By Tara Massouleh McCay Updated June 29, 2022 Credit: Courtesy of Coastal Mississippi Affectionately known as "The Pass" to locals and devoted visitors, it's common knowledge that Pass Christian is the place where problems, stress, and worries of the world come to pass. Incorporated in 1848, the tiny Coastal Mississippi town of fewer than 7,000 people has kept a low profile over the years, with nearby Gulfport, Bay St. Louis, and Ocean Springs getting most of the out-of-town draw. However…

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Foodie Travels: Add Mississippi’s Gulf Coast to your spring itinerary

By Kara Kimbrough The burnt ends platter sells out quickly at Murky Waters, so placing an order early in the day is critical. Courtesy photo Spring, wonderful spring … the official start of vacation season. Before you pack the car or book a flight, consider an alternate plan. Don’t wreck the budget with a long sojourn to an expensive out-of-state resort area filled with pricey restaurants. Instead, look no further than our own Gulf Coast. Besides festivals held almost every weekend, beach walking, shopping, casino hopping, sightseeing and…

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Thriving Coastal Mississippi ready to host annual Southern Gaming Summit

By Gary Trask Beau Rivage will once again host the Southern Gaming Summit - one of the longest running gaming industry trade shows in the country. Despite a series of unimaginable and unavoidable obstacles, the gaming industry in the state of Mississippi continues to thrive. The last 15-plus years have been a roller coaster ride for the state, most notably the Coastal Mississippi region, which has been forced to deal with outside factors such as catastrophic natural disasters, a recession, the largest oil spill in U.S. history, and a…

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Wanna Bet?

You can always bet on a good time in Mississippi Words by Paige Townley The adventure never ends in Mississippi, and that includes gaming as well. Mississippi is packed with casinos across the state, and it’s one of the only states that allows sports betting on-site at casinos as well. Whether you prefer poker, roulette, or slots—and whether you prefer to play them on a riverboat casino or at a beachside resort—Mississippi is the state that offers it all. Something About Sportsbooks Mississippi offers a number of casinos all over the state…

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The Waterfront South

From marshes and bayous to rivers and barrier islands, the South has much to offer when it comes to waterfront appeal. Group travelers can board boats for wildlife-watching cruises or take guided kayaking adventures along some of the marshes and water features that pepper the area. These five Southern waterfront destinations also feature some world-class attractions, including aquariums, botanical gardens and museums. Coastal Mississippi Biloxi, Gulfport and 10 other small towns along the Mississippi coast are fantastic getaways for fans of…

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Museums on Mississippi Gulf Coast

4 Mississippi Gulf Coast Museums for the History Buff Mention the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and you may think of sunning on white sand beaches, deep-sea fishing, or dining al fresco. All of those are great Gulf Coast activities…except when the weather doesn’t cooperate. On the occasional rainy or chilly day, plan to visit one of several Mississippi Gulf Coast museums. Here are four museums that history buffs, especially, will enjoy: Beauvoir – Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library The Beauvoir mansion – Jefferson Davis’ retirement home…

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17 BEST THINGS TO DO IN BILOXI MS FOR COASTAL FUN

Biloxi, Mississippi is a vibrant city located on the Gulf of Mexico. It is largely known for its world-class casinos and stunning beaches. Biloxi is also home to a number of historical points of interest, including the Biloxi Lighthouse and the Biloxi shrimp industry. With museums, parks, attractions, outdoor adventures, fishing charters, family fun, and more, this town is full of fun the whole family will enjoy. Here are 17 things to do in Biloxi MS that we know you and your crew are going to love. CASINO TIME Biloxi is primarily known for…

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8 Easy and Helpful Ways to LOVE the US Gulf Coast

Here are some Ways to LOVE the US Gulf Coast because the Gulf sure has taken a beating in our lifetime. Any one of us can make a tiny difference but many of us collectively can change the world. Or at least OUR world—the extraordinary US Gulf Coast. Hopefully every other article on this website will live up to our philosophy of Cool, Happy, and Fun things to do, seee, and eat on the US Gulf Coast. But this treatise is for anyone who cares and is concerned about the environmental issues and the prior, existing, and potential devastation of the…

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