‘Visit Florida’ Set To Be Extended At Least 8 Years After Upcoming Senate VoteVisit Florida would stay in business for at least eight more years under a measure the Senate is set to approve next week.
Florida House Cuts Tourism, Economic Development MoneyThe tourism-marketing agency Visit Florida would only be funded for three months, while Enterprise Florida wouldn’t get any state money as part of a budget proposal released Tuesday by a House panel for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
State Senate Backs Visit Florida As House Speaker BalksA proposal to keep the state’s tourism-marketing agency open beyond this fall, with no change in funding, moved forward Thursday in the Senate.
Record 33 Million Visited Florida During First Three Months Of 2018Gov. Rick Scott announced Tuesday that more than 33 million visitors came to the state during the first three months of 2018. That's a 7.4 percent jump over the same time period last year.
Gov. Scott Touts Record Tourism Numbers Despite IrmaTourists to the Sunshine State didn't let a little thing like a hurricane spoil their plans.
Visit Florida Keeps Tourism Goal After IrmaFlorida's top tourism marketer remains focused on attracting 120 million visitors this year.
Florida Governor: No More Bonuses For EmployeesFlorida Gov. Rick Scott wants the state's two economic development organizations to stop paying their employees bonuses. 
Scott Wants Tourism, Business-Recruitment Agencies To Reject Employee BonusesGov. Rick Scott wants to do away with bonuses for employees at the state's tourism and business-recruitment agencies, at least for now.
Florida Tourism Numbers Up For First Half Of The YearAs the number of visitors to the Sunshine State continues to grow, there's been a shift in the tourism demographics.
Hot, Hot, Hot Hotels: Florida Outpacing Nation In Occupancy Rate, Rooms SoldFlorida is a hot spot come summer, and we’re not just talking about the heat.
Tourism Officials Worry About Trump Impact On TravelAttracting more than 120 million visitors before the end of the calendar year remains a goal of the state's tourism-marketing arm Visit Florida.