A record setting 24 million people visited Florida last spring. That’s a three percent jump in the second quarter compared to a year ago.
Planning a beach vacation in Florida can be a daunting task but Visit Florida, the state’s tourism and marketing arm, just made it a little bit easier for travelers to the Sunshine state with the launch of some high-tech tools to help visitors find just the right beach for their summer vacation.
Florida’s sun soaked beaches, theme parks and golf courses saw a record number of visitors in the first quarter.
State lawmakers came into the 2014 session with a surplus topping $1 billion and a mandate from Gov. Rick Scott to cut $500 million in taxes and fees.
A bill that would market Florida as a destination for medical procedures has passed the Florida Senate.
If you thought 2013 was a busy year, you were right. It was a record year for tourism.
Gov. Rick Scott will seek $100 million to help bring 100 million visitors a year to the Sunshine State.
Tourism in the state of Florida has reached a record-high for the third-quarter of the year.
Florida’s tourism arm wants an extra $11.5 million added to their budget to attract about 100 million visitors to the state each year.
People from around the world will get a new perspective on Florida’s famed beaches beginning next year.