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Orange Beach, AL – (OBA) – The local group hoping to illuminate the Perdido Pass Bridge is in the process of seeing what the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will allow on the span over Orange Beach’s gateway to the Gulf of Mexico for the local charter fishing fleet and recreational fishermen. “We are slowly […]
The Keg Shrimp Boil Fundraiser for the Perdido Pass Bridge Lighting Project. The event raised $5000 for the project.
Orange Beach High School students in Ryan Brewer’s Video Production class and his Sports and Entertainment Marketing class, recently shot and produced a video of the Perdido Pass Bridge Lighting Project team at the Seafood Festival. The video production was strictly of their own design and the team couldn’t be happier with the end result. […]
Article from wkrg.com ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (WKRG) — The idea to try and bring LED lights to the Perdido Pass Bridge started off as a casual conversation. “Folks were sitting on the patio one evening and thought how grand it would be to bring the blackness of the bridge that disappears every night, add some […]
Article from WPMI, Channel 15 ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (WPMI) — A grassroots effort is underway to add multi-million-dollar LED lighting to one of Baldwin County’s most iconic beachfront bridges. The Perdido Pass Bridge towers over one of the most beautiful boating and swimming destinations on the Gulf Coast. A group of Orange Beach residents is determined […]
Article from https://www.fox10tv.com/ Perdido Pass has been a local hotspot for years. A newly formed non-profit is working to make it that much brighter. The Perdido Pass Bridge Lighting Project, made up of Orange Beach locals, got the green light from the city this week to move forward with fundraising for the estimated two million […]