Terry Roen
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Terry RoenNovember 1, 2017

Gov. Rick Scott announced the kick-off Wednesday of a new discount program to lure Canadian visitors back to Florida. The Canadian Power Play Program makes it more affordable for Canadian families to travel to the state through travel deals from Visit Florida partners offering 20 percent discounts at Florida hotels, attractions and car rentals. Canada […]

Terry RoenOctober 12, 2017

Visit Florida announced Thursday it is doubling down on its efforts to show visitors across the world that Florida is open for business. The state’s marketing agency will start the second phase of its post-Irma marketing campaign to ensure visitors see for themselves that the state’s destinations are ready to welcome back visitors. The second […]

Terry RoenOctober 2, 2017

State Attorney General Pam Bondi stressed the importance of global collaboration to end sexual slavery during opening remarks at Florida’s Human Trafficking Summit Monday in Orlando. “If we don’t tackle this worldwide, we’ll never solve the problem,” Bondi said. “This is a transnational crime and a worldwide problem.” Bondi spoke to an audience of more […]

Terry RoenSeptember 25, 2017

Gov. Rick Scott activated 400 members of the Florida National Guard Monday to help Key West residents remove debris and clean out flood damage. Scott said the activation will help “families get into their homes faster so they can make needed repairs and get back to their normal lives.” “We know the Florida Keys were […]

Terry RoenSeptember 25, 2017

Democratic candidate for Florida House District 47 Anna Eskamani received the endorsements of two longtime Orange County School Board Members, just days before launching a door-to-door campaign to garner votes. The political novice, who has raised more than $100,000 from 700 plus donors, added the endorsements of school board members, Daryl Flynn of District 2 […]

Terry RoenSeptember 21, 2017

Politicians released statements Thursday urging support for Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Caribbean countries following the devastation left by Hurricane Maria. Gov. Rick Scott said he called the governors of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands offering support and anything they need. “Our hearts go out to them and they are in our […]

Terry RoenSeptember 20, 2017

Visit Florida has launched an aggressive month-long marketing campaign to entice tourists back to the Sunshine State. Gov. Rick Scott announced that the multi-phased campaign will be paid for with existing Visit Florida funding and include digital, social, broadcast and traditional marketing methods in both domestic and international markets. The marketing push starts this week […]

Terry RoenSeptember 19, 2017

The lawyer representing 30 ousted Disney IT workers has filed a motion to pull the federal lawsuit alleging the theme park giant misused the H-1B visa program and plans to refile it in state court. Sarasota Attorney Sara Blackwell said Tuesday that she is seeking the best route to penalize Disney for firing 250 American workers […]


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