Website Listings, Special Offers and Events
Help us promote your business! Our members receive free detailed listings on our website and its interactive map. Before you begin please gather the following items: hours, paragraph description, logo, photos, and any social media links.
In addition, members can advertise any special offers – a sale, discount, or gift with purchase as well as add events and live music to our event calendar. Please click the buttons below.
To update your contact information or add someone else from your company, please email their name, title, email address and phone to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Savannah’s Waterfront holds board meetings monthly. Meetings are usually on the third Wednesday at 10am with a few exceptions. Members are always welcome to attend – just call the office with your rsvp.
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January 5, 2021
Festival of St. Patrick Cancellation
This morning, Mayor Van Johnson announced that out of an abundance of caution for public health, safety and welfare, the city’s moratorium on event permits will continue through March 31, 2021. This year’s Festival of St. Patrick and St. Patrick’s Day Parade will not take place due to coronavirus (COVID-19). Unfortunately we are still in the midst of a pandemic and our case numbers are spiking up to levels we haven’t seen since August.
We are asking our member merchants, restaurants, bars, and hotels to continue to take preventative action to keep our community safe and our local economy and businesses open.
We know that there will still be residents and visitors on the waterfront celebrating St. Patrick. More detailed information will be available soon as we safely plan for those customers.
We are updating our website today and will be pushing the cancellation out on social media.
Thank you and we appreciate your continued support.
September 24, 2020
Greetings from Savannah’s Waterfront! I hope this email finds you well and safe.
To say 2020 has been a tough year is an understatement. When the Festival of St. Patrick was cancelled in March, our association’s doors closed for the first time in 47 years. I’m happy to report that after six months, we have finally been able to reopen on a part time basis.
With the uncertainty of producing events for the remainder of the year, we have shifted the organization’s primary focus to marketing. Through creative promotion and email campaigns, we hope to increase traffic and sales along the waterfront.
To participate, please send me information about your planned activities, specials, sales, events, and live entertainment. We have a brand-new website and a huge following on our social media channels. Lodging forecasts predict high-occupancy weekends for the Fall and Holiday season. Now is the time to market to and capture some of this audience. Our message is, it’s always a good time to visit Savannah’s Waterfront!
We are starting a new campaign – to have your information included please use this form to send us information about your sales and specials.
I look forward to hearing your feedback. It is a privilege to help elevate our beautiful waterfront into an exceptional environment for all. Thanks for your support.