FRLA Communications Director
State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle to Headline
Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association’s Miami-Dade Chapter Meeting
– Fernandez Rundle to Raise Human Trafficking Awareness for Hospitality Industry March 19th –
(Miami, FL) – The Miami-Dade Chapter of the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association is proud to host State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle as keynote speaker at a meeting on Thursday, March 19, 2015 at Jungle Island in Miami. The event is designed to raise awareness among local hospitality industry leaders about the dangers of human trafficking. In addition to the State Attorney’s remarks, FRLA President and CEO, Carol Dover will be present to give an industry update.
“We have zero tolerance for human trafficking and are proud to help educate the hospitality community about preventative practices. We are glad to have State Attorney Fernandez Rundle share her wealth of knowledge on the subject and we encourage all of our colleagues in the industry to attend this event to assist in combating these horrific crimes,” said Dover.
Since March 12, 1993, Katherine Fernandez Rundle has served Miami-Dade County as State Attorney. Prior to that, she dedicated 15 years as an Assistant State Attorney. When she later served as Chief Assistant, she acted as legal counsel to the Dade County Grand Jury. As such, she presented hundreds of murder and capital cases and oversaw the issuance of reports that initiated major reforms in such areas as juvenile justice and revision of the building code following Hurricane Andrew.
FRLA’s Miami-Dade Chapter Luncheon
Speakers: State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle &
FRLA President and CEO Carol Dover
Thursday, March 19, 2014
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami, FL 33132
*Media invited to attend.
$35 per person, member and non-member rate
Please click here to view the event registration information.
About the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association
FRLA is Florida’s premier non-profit hospitality industry trade association. Our mission is to ‘Protect, Educate and Promote’ Florida’s $76.1 billion hospitality industry which represents 23% of Florida’s economy, $4.6 billion in sales tax revenue, and nearly 1.1 million employees – making it the state’s number one industry. We offer regulatory compliance and food safety training needs (RCS and SafeStaff®); industry developed career-building high school programs (FRLAEF); sponsor the only event in Florida exclusively serving the restaurant and foodservice industry (FR&L Show, October 6-8, 2015 in Orlando); and we safeguard the needs of the hospitality industry by providing legislative advocacy. We represent and serve more than 10,000 independent and household name members, suppliers, and theme parks. For more information, go to www.FRLA.org and find us on Twitter @FRLAnews, Facebook and YouTube.