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Steve R. Hayes

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VisitPensacola.com

HQ Phone:  (800) 874-1234

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VisitPensacola.com

1401 E. Gregory St.

Pensacola, Florida,32502

United States

Company Description

Visit Pensacola leads the effort of economic development through tourism in Escambia County. Comprised of over 200-member businesses, Visit Pensacola's mission is to position the Pensacola Bay Area as a premier year-round travel destination through tourism mar...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Vice President

Tampa Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau


Vice President, Director Client Services

WALKER IN-STORE


Retirement Planning Specialist

AXA Financial


Chief Marketing Officer

OMNI Brewing Co


President

rubber brand


Tourism Sales Manager

Peoria Area Convention & Visitors Bureau


Affiliations

Tourism Development Commmittee

Board Member


Visit Florida

Cultural, Heritage, Rural, and Nature Committee Member


The Arc Greater Twin Cities

Board Member


Hillsborough County Bar Association

Board Member


Brandon Foundation

Board Member


BSM

Board Member


SME

Board Member


Maryland Terrapin Club

Member


Greater Brandon Community Foundation Inc

Board Member


VALIC COMPANY

Financial Advisor


NCAA Final

Member


Education

bachelor of Science

Education and Biology

University of Maryland


Web References(119 Total References)


Staff - Greater Pensacola Chamber | Pensacola Chamber

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Steve Hayes, Vice President, Tourism
850.434.1234, ext. 223 shayes@visitpensacola.com


Ballinger Publishing | Public Private Profit

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"They help us grow tourism in a way that's going to produce a great return on investment," said Steve Hayes, president of Visit Pensacola.


Ballinger Publishing | The Economics Behind Memorial Day Weekend

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"We had people go out and interview a random selection of 103 people," said Steve Hayes, President of Visit Pensacola.
"All the interviews were conducted on the beach, not on the boardwalk or the sound, but near Portofino." Hayes noted there were approximately 50,000 beach visitors that weekend. Of the people Visit Pensacola surveyed, more than 75 percent of the beach party attendees were visiting from out of town. The average age came to 35, and the average annual income was approximately $62,360, Hayes said. Roughly 60 percent of visitors stayed in paid accommodations, such as hotels and condominiums. "Basically everyone we surveyed was aware of the event prior to arriving on the beach," Hayes said, which would suggest that they chose to come into town specifically or the event. The survey numbers showed a larger party size than normal, at 4.5, and an overwhelming positive outlook of their experience on Pensacola Beach. A little more than 94 percent of survey participants said they would like to come back to the event, 85 percent said they would gladly tell friends and family about the event, and 97 percent said they planned to return to the area for a future visit. "The average spending per party was $1,467, which includes food, drinks, entertainment, gas, groceries and lodging," Hayes explained. Hayes answered that the weekends both bring a significant economic boost, but have very different allocations of spending from participants. Blue Angel Weekend doubles the number of visitors from Memorial Day Weekend, with 106,000 visitors. While the number of people on the beach that weekend is higher, only 12 percent of those people paid to stay in hotels and condos, and 79 percent reported to be residents of the area. "The average household income was roughly the same-$62,025 for Blue Angel Weekend, and the average party size was a little smaller-about 3.7 people per party," Hayes said. Hayes said both the Memorial Day Weekend event and the Blue Angels Weekend event will be surveyed again this year. "I think the big thing about Memorial Day Weekend, is that so many visitors are from out of town and it gives Pensacola Beach this great visibility," Hayes said.


Pensacola begins search for new billionaire philanthropist | The Pulse

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"With this campaign, we're looking beyond the top one percent and instead targeting the top one-tenth of a percent," said Steve Hayes, president of Visit Pensacola.


Pensacola tourism, visitor spending hit all-time highs | The Pulse

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"We are seeing our tourism season grow which provides more work opportunities, jobs and creates more business opportunities for those directly and indirectly in the tourism industry," said Visit Pensacola President Steve Hayes.


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