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Area Information

Florida is the south-eastern most state in the United States of America. Its nickname is ‘The Sunshine State.’ The state has long been the winter destination for retirees and the wealthy wanting to escape colder climates. The capital of the state is Florida. Florida’s warm climate and fertile soil has lead to it being a leading agricultural state. Its chef export is oranges and other citrus fruit. Florida is a popular tourist destination due to the climate, beaches, and some of the world’s most popular theme parks such as Disney World, Legoland, Busch Gardens, SeaWorld, and Universal Studios.

Business Information

Florida’s economy has been traditionally based on agricultural products such as citrus, sugar, cotton, and cattle, as well as tourism. Added to that the modern diverse economy includes construction, international banking, biomedical and life sciences, aerospace and defense, and more. A few companies based in Florida include DHL Americas, Disney Cruise Lines, Fidelity National Financial, PetMeds, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida. There are many low- and high-rise options for office space throughout the state of Florida.

Entertainment And Dining Out

One of the most unique things to do in Florida is to visit the Kennedy Space Center Visitor’s Complex. Located in Cape Canaveral, you can see displays of spacecrafts, and items chronicling the history of space exploration, watch IMAX movies about the American space program, and possibly see a space launch of satellites or other craft. Florida is home to the Everglades National Park, a very unique place on earth. You can take an airboat ride through the swamps, an incredibly entertaining and worthwhile adventure. For the most part, food in Florida includes everything from typically American fare to international favorites. Florida has been influenced by the southern states, early Spanish, African, Cuban, and other Caribbean cultures. Dishes in Florida take advantage of the fresh citrus and other fruits and vegetables. These fruits often provide a base for marinades or sauces. Grouper is a popular fish, and many coastal restaurants purchase the fish directly from the fishermen.

Transport Information

Florida is served by several international airports, including the Miami International Airport, Orlando International Airport, Tampa International Airport, And Fort Lauderdale International Airport. There is a Amtrak Auto Train with services between Lorton, Virginian and Sanford, Florida that transports passengers and automobiles. There are other passenger trains to Florida, as well as a network of highways that allow you to drive to all destinations or take a bus. Florida offers many ports for cruise ship embarkation, there are also high speed ferries serving Key West.

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