AIFBY Chamber rebranded its annual guide as "Discover Nassau" after acquiring the local Discovery Map.
Amelia Island, FL – The comprehensive resource for Nassau County, Florida, and the communities of Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach, Yulee, Callahan and Hilliard, the Amelia Island-Fernandina Beach-Yulee Chamber of Commerce’s official guide has been rebranded and expanded for 2014.
“Discover Nassau” is now available at the Chamber and 50 other locations throughout Nassau County. An interactive digital version may be viewed at the Chamber’s website, www.islandchamber.com.
The 2014 edition of Discover Nassau has been expanded to 88 pages to include listings of Chamber members by category and alphabetically.
“A 2012 study by The Schapiro Group in Atlanta showed that people are 80 percent more likely to patronize a business in future when they find out it is a member of its local Chamber of Commerce,” said AIFBY Chamber President Regina Duncan. “Our goal with the expanded listings is to make it easier than ever for potential customers to connect with Chamber members.”
User-friendly and packed with information, Discover Nassau is the indispensable guide to Nassau County, bringing together information on dining, accommodations, attractions, activities and annual events as well as schools, government, taxes and recreation.
A new feature in 2014 is Discover Nassau’s “Insider’s Guides” to Amelia Island, Callahan, Fernandina Beach, Hilliard and Yulee with locals offering the inside scoop on the communities where they live and work.
For entrepreneurs, Discover Nassau also includes a start-up guide to assist them as they look to open a business locally.
The AIFBY Chamber rebranded its annual guide as “Discover Nassau” after acquiring the Discovery Map of Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach and Yulee, Duncan said. The hand-illustrated Discovery Map highlights local attractions and things to do, where to eat, stay, shops, and other services and is the most widely distributed visitors map in the area, according to Duncan.
“Our revised version of the map released in 2013 has proved incredibly popular with both visitors and our members, and we wanted to better position our guide as a companion piece to the map,” Duncan said.
Both Discover Nassau and the Discovery Map are mailed out in response to requests to the Chamber for relocation packages.
Chamber members interested in distributing Discover Nassau should contact the Chamber at (904) 261-3248 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discover Nassau cover photo by Pam Bell Photography