How Florida Theme Parks Might Handle Reopening 

Theme parks are looking ahead to welcoming visitors once again as Florida continues the process of reopening. Legoland and Universal Studios will once again welcome visitors starting next week, and Disney could announce plans to open its attractions in the near future. Robert Niles is with themeparkinsider.com. He said coronavirus is not the only factor […]

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Covid-19 Impact on Global Hotel Revenue Optimization Solution Market Dynamics, Trends, Segmented Forecast Till 2026

Latest Industry Research: Covid-19 Impact on Global Hotel Revenue Optimization Solution Market Size, Status and Forecast 2020-2026 PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, May 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Hotel Revenue Optimization Solution Industry New Study on “Hotel Revenue Optimization Solution Market: Covering Covid-19 Impact on Global Industry 2020 Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts 2026” Added to […]

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Florida sales tax ‘holiday’ for hurricane supplies starts Friday

click to enlarge Photo via Adobe Stock Hurricane Michael devastation in the Florida Panhandle Starting Friday, shoppers in Florida emerging from coronavirus stay-at-home orders can avoid paying sales taxes while putting together disaster-preparation stockpiles for the 2020 hurricane season. In addition to helping residents buy everything from coolers to generators, Florida Retail Federation President and […]

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When Florida’s unemployment system fails, Orlando’s elected state representatives take the calls

click to enlarge Photo via Anna V. Eskamani Gov. Ron DeSantis claims that Floridians are not receiving their Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) payments due to user error; meanwhile, Florida state representatives have been inundated with calls and emails from citizens hoping to receive help with applying for unemployment and successfully receiving their payments. We’re asking Central […]

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