All posts tagged "Visit Florida"

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    The Florida Keys are Back in Business

    The Florida Keys are back in business! Key Largo and Key West were least impacted by Hurricane...

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    Visit Florida Entertains at Chapter One

    The Visit Florida trade appreciation lunch took place in Chapter One Restaurant in Dublin. This was the...

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    Visit Florida Comes to Dublin, Colin Brodie Says Farewell

    Visiting Dublin for perhaps the final time as Director of Visit Florida, Colin Brodie, who is retiring...

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    New Hotel Openings in Florida for Summer 2016

    Following yet another record-breaking year in visitation, Florida continues to expand and invest in new hotels and...

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    IPW 2015 Success in Orlando, Florida

    Orlando in Florida is now the USA’s most visited city with 62 million visitors last year, and a...

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    Visit Florida Provides Market Update in Dublin

    A strong delegation from Florida came to Dublin on 14th May for a business advisory session with key...

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    Visit Florida a Must for Irish Visitors

    The magnificent coastline, State Parks and Everglades of Florida, with the added benefits of great hotels, restaurants...

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    Florida Huddle 2015 Attracts 224 Travel Buyers

    In its second year of being owned and operated by Visit Florida, last week’s Florida Huddle 2015, held at the Greater Fort Lauderdale Broward County Convention Centre from 14th – 16th January, set new records for participation across all sectors. The show attracted 224 travel buyers (compared with 198 last year) representing 147 companies...

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    Prize Draw Produces 15 Lucky Winners

    As always, the 23rd Irish Travel Trade Awards offered attendees chances to win a lucky draw prize, including...

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    Visit Florida and BookaBed / A2B Entertain American-Style at Croke Park

    An attendance of 53,304 people, including some 20,000 from the USA, watched the American Football Classic game in Croke Park between Penn State Nittany Lions and University of Central Florida Knights on Saturday – while two travel trade teams were hosted in the hospitality suite, one by Colin Brodie of Visit Florida,...

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    Visit Florida to Visit Croke Park

    Visit Florida representatives will be hosting travel trade and media at Croke Park next Saturday, 30th August, for the American Football Classic between University of Central Florida and Penn State University – and no doubt will be promoting the fact that a record 24 million people visited the Sunshine State in the...

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    Visit Florida Partners Host Trade to Lunch

    It was the nineteenth occasion for the annual Visit Florida partners appreciation lunch at  Chapter One, which has become a great annual event at one of Dublin’s top restaurants.   The State of Florida attracted 94 million visitors last year with Orlando now the most visited city in all of the USA,...

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    Two Million Steps: Visit Florida Completes Beach Trek with Google Maps

    Visit Florida has celebrated completion of a four-month-long beach walk that gathered panoramic, step-by-step footage of Florida’s beaches, to be published by Google Maps in spring 2014. Two-person trekker teams sharing a backpack equipped with a Google StreetView camera walked Florida’s 825 miles of beaches, a journey of nearly two million steps...

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    Visit Florida Entertains at Chapter One, Visit USA Entertains at The Church

    Sue Marshall and Colin Brodie of Visit Florida hosted their annual lunch for Irish travel trade representatives at Chapter One last week – and those attending seemed to agree that the always-excellent venue surpassed itself in the cuisine and presentation. Later in the evening, the Visit USA Committee Ireland hosted its inaugural...

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    Visit USA Visits Dublin!

    A well-attended travel trade workshop, a lunch reception at Chapter One, an evening ‘Stars & Stripes’ reception in the Radisson Blu, a greyhound race night out, and the Tour America show at the Red Cow Hotel kept a delegation of over a dozen representatives from Visit USA busy in Dublin this weekend!...