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Advertorial - Snowbird season is almost here

September 28, 2016 - 0 comments

Get ready for a sweet Southern experience because snowbird season is almost here! Each year, snowbirds flock to vacation homes and condos in Northwest Florida and Coastal Alabama to enjoy the warm weather, annual festivals and beautiful beaches. If you are planning on heading south this winter, we have some tips on what to do during your getaway on the Gulf Coast!

First, join a snowbird club! This is a good way to meet people, and they offer a lot of options for entertainment during your stay. They plan morning coffee events, casino trips, golf outings and more. Plus, you can cash in on great group discounts as a member!

Speaking of discounts, look out for seasonal offers. Many businesses and restaurants offer deals throughout the cooler months. And, as a guest of Southern Vacation Rentals, you can take advantage of Southern Perks, which offers guests exclusive discounts on dining, golf and other exciting activities along the Gulf Coast.

Attend winter festivals. Along the Gulf Coast, there are annual festivals, like the Winter Guest Fest in Fort Walton Beach and the Snowbird Fest in Orange Beach. These winter events offer entertainment, giveaways, free samples and more!

Also, ask about snowbird rates. Southern offers vacation homes and condos at affordable monthly rates during the winter season. Whether you want to stay just one month or several, you can get a great deal on getaways from November through March 11, 2017! 

Shop Southern Vacation Rentals beach homes and condos in Northwest Florida and Coastal Alabama today, and enjoy a sweet Southern experience and a fantastic winter retreat at the beach!

Contact Southern Vacation Rentals now to reserve the perfect Northwest Florida rental. Visit www.gosouthern.com formore information. 

 

 

 

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