Florida's Tourism Agency To Pay $73K After 'Mr. 305' Controversy Florida's tourism agency is paying its outgoing president and CEO $73,000 amid a controversial deal with rapper Pitbull that prompted a shakeup.
Cuba Sees Record Tourism IncreaseLast year, four million tourists visited Cuba, setting a new tourism record for the island nation.
Airbnb Big Business In Dade, BrowardWith 2016 nearing an end, homeowners in Miami-Dade who rented their places out on Airbnb have something to smile about.
Tourism Chief Out After Pitbull ControversyGov. Rick Scott on Friday requested the resignation of the state's tourism-marketing leader amid a controversy over an expired $1 million contract with a Miami hip-hop artist whom the governor praised for his "devotion to our great state."
Amid Spat, Pitbull Releases Contract With Visit FloridaAmid a spat between a state lawmaker and Pitbull's production company over how much he was paid to promote the Sunshine State, the rapper has decided to put it all out there.
Lawmaker Sues Over Pitbull's Tourism ContractA Florida lawmaker is taking Pitbull's production company to court to find out just how much the rapper was paid to promote Florida tourism.
Florida Tourism Weathers StormsA hurricane, Zika and a horrific massacre in Orlando haven't slowed the appeal of the Sunshine State for tourists.
Record Number Of Tourists Visited Florida Despite Zika, HurricanesFlorida continued to bring in a record number of tourists during a year in which we had two hurricanes hit and federal officials telling pregnant women to avoid Miami because of the Zika virus.
Visit Florida Trying To Bolster Tourism After StormsThe state's tourism agency has launched a "four-pronged" marketing plan to help the industry after Hurricane Matthew caused destruction in parts of the state.
Washington Monument Closed Indefinitely Over Elevator Issue The Washington Monument has been closed down indefinitely due to ongoing problems with its elevator system.
Tourism Officials Say State Will Weather ChallengesMembers of Florida's tourism industry acknowledge this has been a challenging summer. Zika virus, toxic algae outbreaks and the mass shooting in Orlando all made headlines.
Tourism, Beach Business At Risk Over Zika Concerns Zika concerns could prompt a potential blow to Miami Beach businesses and Miami-Dade's $24.4 billion tourism industry.

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