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Florida’s Treasure Coast Tourism Offices Announce Open Casting Call for Podcast Host
The casting call closes on Friday, September 16, 2022 at 5 p.m.

Treasure Coast - Sunday August 21, 2022: The tourism offices of Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin Counties announce the launch of an open casting call to find contestants to host their “Don’t Come Here: Stories of the Treasure Coast” podcast and video series that launched in 2021.

The podcast completed its first season releasing 14 episodes and garnering over 2,100 downloads, over 3,000 views on YouTube and growing. With its second season on the horizon, the offices are looking for the next great podcast host to star in the series.

“Don’t Come Here: Stories from the Treasure Coast” is a cheeky travel podcast that discusses the incredible attractions, unforgettable experiences, and diverse personalities that make Florida’s Treasure Coast so unique. Each monthly episode highlights a different topic and features colorful guest speakers from across the Treasure Coast – topics can range from family-friendly attractions to craft breweries to aquatic adventures to culinary delights. The podcast is found on major streaming platforms including Spotify, iTunes, and Google Podcasts, while video recordings of each episode are published to the official Treasure Coast YouTube channel and shared on the offices various social channels.

Think you have what it takes?

Interested applicants should visit: The casting call closes on Friday, September 16, 2022 at 5 p.m.

About Florida’s Treasure Coast

About Visit St. Lucie:
St. Lucie – home to the historic city of Fort Pierce, the vibrant city of Port St. Lucie & beautiful beaches of Hutchinson Island is located on the Atlantic Ocean along the east coast of Florida, 120 miles southeast of Orlando and 115 miles north of Miami with direct access from Florida’s Turnpike, Interstate 95 and State Road 70. The area offers an array of visitor activities including beautiful beaches, championship golf, excellent outdoor and nature adventures, a thriving arts and cultural scene, world class fishing and dozens of unique attractions. A variety of affordable accommodations such as hotels, motels, bed & breakfasts, vacation condos/homes and more. For a full listing of places to stay in St. Lucie, go to Nearby commercial airports include Palm Beach International (PBI), Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood (FLL) and Miami International Airport (MIA). For more details visit,; Twitter: @VisitStLucie and Instagram: @VisitStLucie.

About Visit Indian River County:
Situated along Florida’s Treasure Coast on the Atlantic Ocean, the communities of Vero Beach, Sebastian and Fellsmere are the geographical starting point for the Florida tropics, with winter temperatures rarely dipping below 70° (21°C). The county is centrally located 70 miles south of the Kennedy Space Center and 135 miles north of Miami. The destination resides at the intersection of green and glamorous, with 100,000 conservation acres, 22 miles of pristine uncrowded beaches and a treasure trove of cultural attractions. Hotels and resorts with rooftops no higher than swaying palm trees support the destination’s motto “Sunrises, not High Rises.” Road trippers can easily access the destination via I-95, the Florida Turnpike or Route 60. It is also convenient to Orlando International; Orlando-Melbourne International, Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, and Palm Beach International airports. Vero Beach Regional Airport is served by Elite Airways with direct flights from Newark, NJ. For more information and to plan your trip visit or follow on social at @visitindianriver.

About Martin County, FL:
Encompassing the communities of Stuart, Port Salerno, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Indiantown, Jupiter Island, Hobe Sound, Sewall's Point, and Hutchinson Island, Martin County is a place for unwinding and reconnecting. This under-the-radar slice of paradise is conveniently located along Florida’s Treasure Coast, featuring over 100,000 acres of parks and conservation lands and more than 22 miles of uncrowded beaches. County-wide building restrictions have limited structures to four stories, preserving breathtaking views throughout the destination. There’s something for every type of traveler to discover, from high-end shopping and one-of-a-kind museums to rustic rodeos and family-friendly attractions. This charming destination is also home to the most bio-diverse lagoon ecosystem in the Northern Hemisphere and marks the start of the Florida Coral Reef Tract, which extends down through the Florida Keys. For more information and to plan your trip visit Or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Twitter @discovermartin.