Visit Florida Nets Renewed Deal With Football ClubVisit Florida's logo remains emblazoned for a second season across the front of uniforms for the London-based Fulham Football Club.
State Hits Record Tourism NumbersGovernor Rick Scott is expected to announce a bump in the tourism numbers during a stop in Ft. Myers on Friday.
Mr. 305 Touts Florida's "Sexy Beaches" In New VideoThe state's tourism marketing agency latest campaign to lure visitors to Florida is none other than Mr. 305 himself and a bevy of beauties having fun at the beach.
Florida Posts Tourism Boom For 1st QuarterA record number of tourists visited the Sunshine State during the first quarter of this year.
Environmentalists Say Scott Budget Doesn't Go Far EnoughGov. Rick Scott is proposing more money for land preservation next year, but environmentalists say the levels fall short of what voters wanted in passing a 2014 constitutional amendment.
Gov. Scott Proposing Bump In Tourism Marketing BudgetUnder Gov. Rick Scott's $79.3 billion budget proposal released Monday in Jacksonville, the state's tourism-marketing arm would receive a boost of $6 million from the current budget.
English Soccer Club Scores Visit Florida SponsorshipOn Friday, a day before the opener of the Sky Bet Championship League, England's second-division soccer league, Fulham F.C., owned by Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid "Shad" Khan, announced that the team would be sponsored by Visit Florida.
Florida Tourism Numbers Are UpFlorida's tourism numbers are up in the first three months of the year.
Florida Tourism Notches Another Record Setting Year2014 will go down in the books as another record setting year for Florida tourism. On Monday, Gov. Rick Scott announced during a visit to Tampa International Airport that more than 97 million visited the state last year.
Scott Drives $9.9 Billion Transportation BudgetGov. Rick Scott's drive to attract more people and businesses to Florida means the need for lots of cement and asphalt.
Florida Tourism Numbers Up For 3rd QFlorida's warm sunshine, theme parks and world-renowned beaches kept tourists flocking in the second half of the year.
Florida To Promote Medical TourismFlorida is already a hot spot destination for tourists looking to get away from the cold of winter. But what tourist visiting for medical reason?