Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau
A CBS4 News investigation that profiled Miami-Dade’s taxi cab industry revealed that many drivers feel they are overworked and underpaid.
The Memorial Day holiday weekend means a business boom for many South Florida restaurants, businesses and hotels.
Which would you rather have: a hometown Super Bowl or the Boat Show? That’s the calendar conflict tourism officials might face this winter.
A pair of Miami commissioners and a mayor have been cited by the county’s ethics commission for violations.
Major U.S. cities can be expensive for residents and tourists alike. It important to know how to find events in Miami that are big on entertainment and easy on the wallet. Check out the best budget events happening in your area.
Investors got a New Years’ boost out of the latest U-S Economic indicators showing solid gains for construction spending and manufacturing.
Florida has had to keep a wary eye on some hurricanes and tropical storms this summer, but the word from tourists has been “Bring on the tropical drinks!”
When things are steamy hot in Miami in June and the tourists aren’t as abundant what do you do to help our tourism industry thrive?
In a down economy, tourism in Miami-Dade County bucked the odds in 2010 setting records in every area, according to figures released by the Greater Miami Convention and visitors Bureau.
There’s a new ride in town that gives tourists an elevated view of the Magic City’s hot-spots.