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Stacy Wellborn

Over 100 Stakeholders attend CAP’s 3rd Annual Meeting

On Friday, December 16th, 2016, Coastal Alabama Partnership (CAP) hosted its 3rd Annual Meeting at the History Museum of Mobile. Over 100 stakeholders from Mobile and Baldwin counties attended, including elected, business and community leaders. The program highlighted the purpose of CAP, its accomplishments over the past five years and its future activities.   Members …

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Retail Academy Luncheon Brings District 1 Together to Talk Economic Development

On January 17th, 2017, Coastal Alabama Partnership (CAP) and Coastal Gateway hosted a Retail Academy Lunch and Learn for the elected leadership and economic developers from throughout Alabama U.S. Congressional District 1. This is the second time these two regional organizations have collaborated together to provide information on useful tools to their stakeholders that they …

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Launch of First Oyster Shell Recycling Program in Alabama

“When you shuck them, don’t chuck them!” That is the rallying cry of the first ever Oyster Shell Recycling Program in Alabama. Launched on October 28th, 2016 at the Original Oyster House on the Causeway, the program collects oyster shells from participating restaurants and after a 6 month process, returns them to Alabama’s waters to …

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State of the Art Tourist Destination Coming to Coastal Alabama

In 2015, over nine million guests visited Coastal Alabama, accounting for 36% of the total number of visitors to the State. Guests from all over the world travel annually to Mobile and Baldwin counties to experience our history, culture, food, attractions, beaches and hospitality. On November 2nd, 2016, the Poarch Band of Creek Indians unveiled …

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