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April 24, 2018
Florida Business News

Focus on Canada pays off for Florida tourism

Marketing efforts attracted an increase in travelers from America’s northern neighbor, less than a year after the state admitted it had taken its Canadian visitors for granted

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Sports business: The WWE is grapplin' with the future

WWE cultivates a new generation of foreign and female wrestlers at its training center in Orlando.

Florida contractors see benefits of Sunshine Protection Act

Some Florida contractors have warmed to the idea of permanent daylight saving time and getting an extra hour of daylight in the afternoon.

Florida businesses looking forward to summer tourism season

Even with snowbirds returning to their more temperate climates at the end of spring break, Florida communities are looking forward to a profitable summer of tourism.

What’s behind the amazing revival of Florida’s wading birds?

Wood stork nests are a key clue in the progress of restoring Florida’s iconic river of grass, and in the past year, success rates have been something to crow about.

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Grand Opening of largest baby leaf greenhouse in U.S.
Grand Opening of largest baby leaf greenhouse in U.S.

Approximately 180 guests attended the ribbon cutting ceremony at what Hamilton County Development Authority Executive Director Susan Ramsey says is the largest baby leaf greenhouse complex in the U.S. 

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