Tourism Decline Sparks Funding Surge

Osceola County – In a move to put a stop to declining tourism numbers, Osceola County has pledged its support for additional funding to the Visit Florida program.  The Florida association of Convention & Visitors Bureaus (FACVB) has joined with Visit Florida to convince the State Legislature to appropriate an additional $59 million for tourism marketing.   This total does not include the $25million currently appropriated to the funds for tourism marketing.  The FACVB is tasked with seeking out the approval of local communities and counties in support of this increase in spending.


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