Emergency Management Tips and Resources: Emergency Management is a topic that we always need to maintain proficiency in, and with the 2019 Hurricane Season here, it’s a great time to offer some tips and resources for your information. Emergency preparedness for your business is something that you and your staff should be schooled in throughout the year, as emergencies Read More
Tourism Works for Florida Join FRLA on March 13 as we gather at the Capitol to show state legislators, media, and our fellow Floridians the significant impact tourism has on our state’s economy. Tourism Day kicks off at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center and concludes with the Florida Tourism Day Street Party. Online registration Read More
FRLA General Counsel Samantha Padgett breaks down the most important action of Week 7 of the 2019 Legislative Session. We’re almost to the finish line, and FRLA’s Government Relations team expect the next two weeks to be exciting. For a full list of bills we’re tracking, click here.
Hepatitis A: Keep Guests and Staff Safe: The number of Hepatitis A cases in Florida has steadily increased each month for the last year, and FRLA has partnered with the Florida Department of Health to help spread the word about how to keep guests and staff safe. Hepatitis A is highly contagious and can cause Read More
This week, two bills regarding short-term rentals were up for discussion, and testimony in the House was impassioned. HB 987 was on the agenda in the Commerce Committee and passed after representatives heard from lodging industry professionals. SB 824 by Diaz was temporarily postponed in the Industry, Innovation and Technology Committee, but that committee is Read More