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Updated: 06/13/2014 08:00:03AM

Marketing Charlotte County

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PHOTO PROVIDED BY THE CHARLOTTE HARBOR & THE GULF ISLANDS VISITOR'S BUREAU

The waters of Charlotte's Peace and Myakka rivers converge to form Charlotte Harbor, Florida's second-largest open-water estuary covering 270 square miles and 830 miles of shoreline.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY THE CHARLOTTE HARBOR & THE GULF ISLANDS VISITOR'S BUREAU

Charlotte County possesses miles of paddling, hiking and biking trails.

By GARY ROBERTS

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MURDOCK — Whether travel stories highlight the Fishery Restaurant in Placida, a “tucked-away slice of old Florida”; or the “blissfully sweet note” struck by the Simply Sweet candy shop at Fishermen’s Village; or the “pristine, natural stretch of sand” that defines Englewood beaches; the accounts of visiting journalists share the area’s amenities with millions, who hopefully are inspired to make the transition from armchair traveler to Charlotte County vacationers.

That is the goal of the Charlotte Harbor and the Gulf Island Visitor and Convention Bureau.

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