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Saturday, August 16, 2008

Mississippi Gulf Coast welcomes tourists anew

The Mississippi Gulf Coast residents are resilient and are making a quick and steady comeback. I got a recent update from Vincent Creel, Public Affairs Manager for the City of Biloxi on all the positive things happening. Tourists are welcome to explore the many attractions that have now reopened.
The area holds a special charm and attraction to me. I spent several summers walking the beach, exploring Ship Island as a young man. Along this 28 mile stretch is the longest manmade sand beach in the world. It has a rich heritage of fun, seafood, and festivities that draws you in. View our updated feature on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
The Biloxi Lighthouse, pride of the state, stands tall along the Mississippi coast

Posted by at 1:42 AM
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