It's Time to Retreat to the Coast
“Port Aransas has always been a place for Texas to relax, play, and make lasting memories. Now, after Harvey, it needs us just as much as we need it.” These powerful words can be found in this month’s Texas Monthly. Both Texas Monthly and Texas Highways featured us in their publications, as well as dozens of other local establishments. In both editions, they talk of a “coastal comeback” and how Texans need to “return to the coast” to further support and help Port Aransas heal and rebuild. Now that warmer weather is upon us, our city is eager and ready to greet our summertime guests.
After watching Hurricane Harvey invade the streets and homes of Port Aransas, many wondered if our beloved island would ever return to the way things were. But the people of Port Aransas are incredibly resilient, and possess an unwavering love and loyalty for their city. In less than 10 months time, our 4,000 residents, along with cleanup workers, contractors, and volunteers have pulled together to rebuild the island we all know and love - and it might be better than ever.
Cinnamon Shore Boardwalk
Whether it’s the food, the city, or the culture, there are many elements that attract people to our city, but none like our beaches. As Chamber of Commerce CEO Jeff Hentz said in his interview with Texas Highways, “[the beaches are] our biggest asset.” Texans come for our sandy beaches, the lively atmosphere, and the sound of the crashing waves. At Cinnamon Shore, our homes, townhomes, cottages, and condos are back, so we have plenty of room to house you and your family this summer as you catch some rays on the beach. The Port Aransas community has been counting the days till our summer guests arrive, and you better believe you'll be welcome with open arms. So pack your bags, get in the car, and head to the coast, because we are BACK!
Published on Thursday, June 7, 2018