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keyboard-254582_960_720Media Contact: Cathryn Hrudicka, Marketing, Public Relations and Social Media Consultant for the Fort Bragg Promotion Committee:

Email Cathryn please indicate if you want to be on the Fort Bragg, CA Press List in the subject line.

Office phone: (510) 845-5510   Mobile: (415) 221-8213   Skype by appt. only: CreativeSage


Recent Press Releases and PSAs  (also available by email):

Press Release 1_Coastal Trail Celebration, June 4, 2016 (Please see photos and video clips below.)


Recent Blog Posts for Reference:


Have You Connected with Visit Fort Bragg, CA on Your Favorite Social Networks?

Plan Ahead to Enjoy the World’s Largest Salmon BBQ on July 2nd, and Spend Your July 4th Weekend in Fort Bragg!

Join Us at Nor Coast Rodders Car Club’s Classic Car and Bike Show, Saturday, June 18th — a Great Event for Father’s Day Weekend!

The Coastal Trail Celebration on June 4, 2016 Deemed a Complete Success by Local Community and Visitors!

Fort Bragg Celebrates National Trails Day with the Coastal Trail Celebration, June 4th, Noon – 4:00 p.m.

Grand Opening of Fort Bragg Coastal Trail on June 4, 2016: Are You Ready To Be Closer to the Ocean?

Visit Glass Beach, a Stunning Fort Bragg Attraction — Take Photos, but Please Leave the Glass for Future Generations!

All Aboard! Come Ride the Historic Skunk Train through the Redwood Forest. There’s a Special Father’s Day BBQ Ride!

The Noyo Center for Marine Science Will Host Exciting Events in May – July, 2016

What Can You Do in Fort Bragg? Try Hiking, Biking, Kayaking, Surfing, Horseback Riding, Bird & Wildlife Watching, Touring Art Galleries, Shopping + More!

Visit the Stunning California Coastal Monument — Why Fort Bragg Is a Gateway for Your Road Trip

The Rhododendron Show Will Be in Full Bloom in Time for Mother’s Day Weekend!

Come Enjoy the Whales and More at the Fort Bragg Whale Festival, March 18-20, 2016

Fort Bragg’s Newest Crown Jewel — the Coastal Trail

Otsuchi Point: A Beautiful Symbol of Deep Ties with Our Sister City


Photos — these images are for members of the media for promotion of Fort Bragg, California, and its events only; photos may not be used for advertising or other purposes without the express permission of the Fort Bragg Promotion Committee. Please include photo credit information when available. Additional photos are available upon request.

Overview shot of Fort Bragg and the Coastal Trail
Overview shot of Fort Bragg and the Coastal Trail
Otsuchi Point on the Fort Bragg Coastal Trail
Otsuchi Point on the Fort Bragg Coastal Trail
Whale tail at sunset, off of the Fort Bragg Coast
Whale tail at sunset, off of the Fort Bragg Coast

Video Clips:

Join us at the Fort Bragg Coastal Trail Celebration on June 4, 2016!


The New Fort Bragg Coastal Trail — Link to Video Produced by Mendocino TV


The California Coastal Monument

Video produced by the Fort Bragg Promotion Committee


Recent Media Coverage of Fort Bragg and the Mendocino Coast:

Frommer’s Best Places to Go List for 2016

There are Up-Close Views of Mendocino County’s Stunning Coastline on these New Trails, from the L.A. Times / Travel

Have Trails, Will Travel: Off the Beaten Path in Mendocino County, from the San Francisco Examiner / Travel

Wind, Waves, Flowers and Birds, etc. — beautiful photos of Fort Bragg flowers, birds, and the coast, on Chris the Photog’s Blog, by award-winning photographer Chris Hansen

Fort Bragg’s Coastal Trail — A Wildlife, Wave and Wind Wonderland, on

Five Winter Getaways We Love Near San Francisco, from Travel & Leisure

Mendocino County’s Breathtaking Beaches, Forests and Vineyards, on the Bold Italic

Mendocino County’s Beautiful Coast, from Via

Get to Mendocino before anyone else, then slow down, from the Boston Globe

One Fine Day: Fort Bragg — Escape to the Mendocino Coast for a romantic getaway, from Diablo Magazine

Whale Fest: Three Towns, Three Weekends, on NBC Bay Area

Ten Amazing Hidden Gems in California (with photos), on the Weather Channel (includes Glass Beach in Fort Bragg)

Nicest Park on the Mendocino Coast, in MobileRVing (about Pomo RV Park and Campground) 

Top Green Cities in the U.S.A. — Fort Bragg was included on this list by the Factory Direct web site, which markets eco-products

Succulent Seafood and Scenery Beckon at Fort Bragg, at the Desert Sun

Pacific Time: A Visit to Mendocino County (mentions Fort Bragg), at and Preservation Magazine

52 Places To Go in 2014 (mentions Fort Bragg), in the New York Times


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