Grand Vacation Contest Incentivizing People to Visit and Share Photos

Visit Pensacola’s Holiday Cube will again return to Plaza Ferdinand to share scenes of holiday cheer from throughout the destination. To incentivize people to visit and share photos, one lucky person will win a weekend vacation prize package. 

To enter, Visit Pensacola is asking people to take pictures in front of the cube and post to their social media feeds with the hashtag #VPHolidayCube22. The contest will run Nov. 9 – Jan. 1. 

“The cube started in 2018 as a way for Visit Pensacola to be a part of the holiday happenings in the area and to share different experiences in Escambia County,” Director of Marketing and Communications Nicole Stacey said. “This year, we’re continuing that momentum and encouraging people to start planning their vacations in the new year. It’s a great way for us to give back and to encourage people to set aside their valued time off to travel, unwind, and explore The Way to Beach™.” 

Eight feet in size, the Visit Pensacola Holiday Cube features four sides, each with a different, fun destination scene, for viewing and pictures. One side includes bright Adirondack chairs for photo props. 

Visit Pensacola is inviting people down to Plaza Ferdinand to view the cube on Wednesday, Nov. 9, from 4:15-5:30 amidst the First City Lighting Ceremony. The team will have free swag, entertainment, and surprise holiday characters.  

For more information on the Visit Pensacola Holiday Cube and for official contest rules, visit For a full media kit, click here

About Visit Pensacola

Visit Pensacola is the destination organization for Escambia County which includes Pensacola, Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key. With over 460 years of rich history and 18 miles of sugar-white sand beaches bordered by the emerald-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico, visitors from all over the world are lured to our pristine shores every year. Visit Pensacola supports the community vision of tourism by serving as the central body responsible for building tourism as an economic engine for our community through leadership, connection, collaboration and communication.