The rich, natural turquoise waters of the Gulf are filled with an abundance of delicacies treasured by more than just the locals. Whether you’re into white shrimp boots or cowboy boots, flip-flops or topsiders, there are two words that sum it all up – Flavor. Full. The industry was born thanks to a pioneering bunch of hearty men and women in the communities along the Gulf Coast that value hard work, great food and a good time. A blend of social, lively people that truly believe “eating good” makes living life to the fullest a reality. The legacy of the best-tasting seafood belongs to the American Gulf Coast. eatgulfseafood.com

Special thanks to: Gulf & South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation, Alabama Seafood Marketing Commission, Fresh from Florida, Go Texan, Louisiana Seafood, Mississippi Seafood, Visit Pensacola, Emerald Coast, Pam Dana, Captain Don Dineen, Sure Lure Charter, The Destin Fishing Fleet, Chris Blankenship - Alabama Marine Resources Division, Sea Pearl Seafood, Irvin Jackson - Mississippi Department of Marine Resources, Biloxi Harbor, Pontchartrain Blues, Ralph Atkins, Jr. Oh.D, Southern Fish & Oyster Company, Marine Resources Acquisition & Marketing, Kevin Fish, Half Shell Oyster House, Gulf Coast Restaurant Group, Desporte & Sons Seafood Market, Ronald “Bullet” Mollihan, Ernie Anderson, Graham Shrimp Company, Inc., Peter A. Nord, The Chimneys, Wintzell’s Oyster House, ©2012 Gulf Coast Seafood, Zehnder - z-comm.com

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