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Welcome to, Franklin County Tourist Development Council's press & media information center! Here you will find press releases, professional photography for your articles, media assistance information, banner ad library and how to contact our public relations team. 

Branding Collaterial:
2015 Full Color Logo - coming soon
2015 Black Logo - coming soon
2014 Visitor Guide
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County Map
Apalachicola Map
Eastpoint Map
St. George Island Map
Carrabelle Map
Alligator Point Map
(All map graphics must be used with permission and must include the official TDC logo on the map)

Press Releases: (updated 7/26/2011)
Franklin County Fact Sheet
St. George Island is a top 10 US Beach
Nature & Outdoors
Loggerhead Sea Turtles
Seafood & Culinary

Professional, high quality images for your press articles. Click here to download the photography kit ZIP file, which includes the media photo use form which is required to receive the high resolution photos. Part of this photography kit received financial assistance from VISIT FLORIDA.
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Historic Landmarks:
Click here to download the Franklin County Florida Historic Landmarks press kit ZIP file, which includes high resolution photographs and facts on each historic landmarks within Franklin County. This project received financial assistance from VISIT FLORIDA.

Media Assistance:
Click here to request travel or media research assistance. 



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Upcoming Events

SGI Lighthouse Full Moon ClimbCoastal Art ShowcaseHike with a Park RangerRio Carrabelle presents Literary NightDixie Theatre presents a tribute to Jim CroceSGI Charity Chili Cookoff
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Salty burlap bags full of Apalachicola Bay oysters are a Franklin County icon. Earthy, unpretentious, yet strong and resilient, burlap symbolizes much of what Franklin County embodies in its people, places and culture.
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