Sandcastle Escapes launches Pay It Forward campaign

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Special to The Sun
Published: Thursday, July 18, 2013 at 10:25 AM.

Sandcastle Escapes Vacation Rentals announces the release of the Sandcastle News and the launch of an exciting “Pay It Forward” campaign, an initiative the company hopes will kick start a community-wide do-good movement. As part of the campaign, Sandcastle Escapes Paperboys will bicycle along designated routes throughout the beach neighborhoods of South Walton and Destin, spreading positivity to locals and beach visitors.

The concept of “Pay it Forward” is asking the beneficiary of a good deed to repay it to others instead of to the original benefactor. Throughout the summer, the Sandcastle Escapes paperboys will roam South Walton and Destin delivering the “Sandcastle News” newspaper while also dispensing gift cards, doing good deeds, and spreading warm, southern hospitality.

The campaign focuses on Sandcastle Escapes brand values of social responsibility and giving back to the community.

“We are very excited about this campaign, and we are hopeful that we can attract all of the community, visitors, local residents and businesses to participate and embrace the concept as well. Everyone could use a little 'pay it forward' in their lives, whether they are on the receiving end, or the giving end,” said Taylor Williams, president of Sandcastle Escapes.

Sandcastle Escapes’ paperboys will hand out gift cards and goodies from a variety of local business including The 30A Card, TheSeaside REP, Silver Sands, 723 Whiskey Bravo, Fudpucker's Publix, 30A Life and more.

Sandcastle Escapes invites everyone to join the “Pay It Forward” efforts by following the newspaper boys' journey and sharing their sightings. A map of the newspaper route can be found in Sandcastle Escapes’ social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) where everyone is also encourage to use the hashtag #payitpaperboy to share their sightings, good deeds and experiences.

Visit www.sandcastleescapes.com for more information.



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