Posts from June 2014

What are the transportation logistics for tourists and business travelers, visiting Fort Lauderdale? In Broward County, not every hotel, resort or motel provides courtesy shuttle bus service from the airport. However, from renting a bicycle, waving down a trolley to embarking on a boat, Fort Lauderdale journeys plenty of convenient transportation options.

For those visitors, planning to travel beyond the Fort Lauderdale beach and convention center in Broward County, a dozen car rental companies reside in the parking lot at the Fort

South Florida chapter leaders of Kappa Alpha Psi have pledged support for the development of a permanent home in Fort Lauderdale for the American Tennis Association (ATA), the oldest sports organization for African Americans in the U.S. The fraternity is also partnering with the ATA and the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau (GFLCVB) for the Centennial Celebration of the ATA in Fort Lauderdale in 2016.

Kappa Alpha Psi is linked with the legacy of the ATA, which has been a training ground for many of the world's top players

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (AKA) has been linked with the success of Black tennis since the founding of the American Tennis Association (ATA) in 1916. So it seems fitting that AKA has joined in a partnership with the oldest African American recreational sports organization in the U.S. to preserve the history and promote the future of Black tennis, especially for youth.

Alpha Kappa Alpha chapter leaders in the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County area have announced support for making the area the new permanent home for the ATA with the