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Tourism remains the economic engine of Greater Miami

This year's South Beach Wine & Food Festival ensured COVID-19 safety logs were in place.

This year’s South Beach Wine & Food Festival ensured COVID-19 safety logs were in place.

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May recognized National Travel & Tourism Month, marking the unofficial start of summer. At the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau (GMCVB), we thought about the general state of the travel and tourism industry.

On May 6th, the GMCVB welcomed 300 business and community leaders for its annual State of the Tourism and Hospitality Industry Breakfast at the redesigned Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC). The mood was cautiously optimistic, with one general conclusion: the recovery is in full swing despite the unexpected blow of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is good news for the entire Miami-Dade County as the impact of tourism spreads across the area and affects everyone in our community.

Part of this success can be traced back to GMCVB’s early efforts to support the Miami-Dade tourism and hospitality industry through our Miami Shines Campaign,…

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