Increased tourism can result in more crime in Central Florida

Posted Friday, June 1, 2012 9:44 AM | Contributed by Jeff

Tourists flock to this region to enjoy the theme parks and other attractions, but they also expect that in a tourism Mecca like Central Florida, they can expect to feel safe. If not, then anyone who works in the tourism and hospitality industry has a lot to be worried about.

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Saturday, June 2, 2012 7:03 AM

As for the Ticket Scams Remember, "If it's too good to be true than it probably is". Even the "Legitimate" Ticket Brokers aren't much of a value. Returning home from a Family Event in Miami in 2007 We decided to take the Turnpike up to Orlando to have dinner at a favorite restaurant on I-Drive. As you drive north on the turnpike you are greeted with a gauntlet of Billboards advertising discounted admissions to the area Theme Parks if you stop at their shop in Yeehaw Junction, Florida. The first Billboard asks you to count the number of Billboards, if you get it right you get a nicknack (Mine was a Shot Glass advertising Gaterland). I purchased a Sea World Ticket for a $5.00 Discount, but to get to Orlando from Miami on the Turnpike costs you an additional $10.00 in tolls! Been there, Done that.

Answer my Prayers, Overbook my next Flight!

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