Category - Greater Fort Lauderdale in the News

SeniorAdvice.com Ranks the Best American Cities for LGBT Seniors The first data-driven senior livability index identifies top cities that are gay-friendly for older adults.   AUSTIN, Texas , Oct. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- SeniorAdvice.com , one of the nation's top senior housing referral services, released a list of America's top cities...
  Beach party brings Fort Lauderdale to Times Square Tanya Lewis July 13, 2012 Client:  Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau Agency:  M. Silver Associates (New York)   Campaign : Defrost Your Swimsuit in New York City   Duration:  January 24   Budget:  $58,900 The Greater Fort Lauderdale...

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Click to read about the Twenty 20 match between West Indies and New Zealand on June 30-July 1, as reported by National Weekly in the Caribbean. http://www.cnweeklynews.com/news/local-news/3730-broward-hosts-first-class-cricket?format=pdf
By Christine Sarkis, SmarterTravel.com / USATODAY.COM   Poised to claim their time in the spotlight, destinations around the world are taking center stage with big festivals or anniversaries, massive new developments, or just particularly good deals. If you're looking to be where the action is in 2010, consider a trip to: Germany Been waiting...
Study highlights best, worst cities for tourist taxes   By Nina Golgowski , CNN July 22, 2011 9:04 a.m. EDT New York (CNN) -- A list of the top five 2011 U.S. cities with the lowest and highest tourism taxes is out, showing cost differences in as much as 56% on average, according to an annual study by the Global Business Travel Association...
Small inns beat big chains in four beach towns   Marine Villas, Hollywood, FL By Silvana Ordoñez, Sun Sentinel Published: June 24, 2011 If you think the big and famous chains have the top hotels, consumers ranking inns on the biggest travel website say the opposite. Travelers' reviews on the website TripAdvisor.com gave the No. 1...
Greater Fort Lauderdale, a destination once famous - or infamous - as the top U.S. Spring Break haven, today stands as South Florida's transformation story and one of the most revitalized destinations in the country. During its peak in the mid-1980s, Spring Break in Greater Fort Lauderdale attracted some 400,000 college students over a six-week...