The Brazil America Business Council is an organization where a few great people put the effort to create something different, better with a larger feeling of community, where it os ok to consider issues as diversity, inclusion and respect peoples choices... We also thought about heritage, Art Culture, different backgrounds and things that are important... Continue Reading →

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Visit Orlando Offers Black Friday Savings on more than 50 Orlando Experiences Deals on Theme Parks, Hotels, Flights and More Means Hundreds of Dollars in Savings Visit Orlando, the official tourism association for the destination, will offer an extra 10 percent off all purchases of already-discounted attraction tickets, some even including free additional days at theme... Continue Reading →

News From The MCO Today officially kicks off the start of the holiday travel season at Orlando International Airport (MCO). Over the next 14 days, during the Thanksgiving holiday travel period, more than 1.74 million passengers are expected to move through MCO. That is an increase of 9 percent over last year at this time. “If the... Continue Reading →

AVISO DE TRANSPORTE PARA EL FIN DE SEMANA:  A nuestros visitantes a Downtown Orlando el sábado 18 de noviembre de 2017 Downtown Orlando continúa siendo el sitio para reunirse y crear experiencias únicas en Florida Central y, el municipio está comprometido a ayudar a residentes y visitantes a llegar con facilidad al área, encontrar estacionamiento,... Continue Reading →

AHHA Dance Presents Paint a Tank #2: Military Mambo - An Evening of Modern Dance, Performance Art, and Short Film One night only! December 2 nd at 7pm A peaceful protest (of sorts), Paint a Tank #2: Military Mambo is an attempt to make sense of our political mess through dance, a little drama, and... Continue Reading →

Orange County Jail Continues to Help Incarcerated Veterans Find Their Way10 Now in its fifth year, the Orange County Corrections Department Armed Forces Dormitory, which opened in November 2012, continues to exceed expectations as a blueprint for other correctional organizations seeking to establish similar programs.  Making the dorm so unique is not just that it... Continue Reading →

STATE REPRESENTATIVE RANDY FINE FILESTOURISM TAX REFORM LEGISLATION Palm Bay, FL-State Representative Randy Fine (R-South Brevard County) today filed HB 585, which will amend the Tourist Development Tax statute to allow bed taxes to be spent on a wide array of capital projects necessary to facilitate tourism, including transportation, wastewater, solid waste, groundwater drainage, drinking... Continue Reading →

Recognizing Our Officials A Natural desastre is a sign for presage and pain. It can take normalcy away, along with destruction and crime. When Hurricane Irma hit Central Florida, we were scared due to its size and devastation it left behind. From the Islands to North Carolina, one thing was clear, the aftermath would be... Continue Reading →

Recognizing Our Community Officials The Brazil America Business Council recognized Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demmings for his Leadership during Hurricane Irma. The event took place at Boi Brazil-Orlando on International Drive. Board Members, Council members and guests were present to help us recognize the man who has dedicated his life to serve the community. A... Continue Reading →

DIVERSE PROGRAMMING INTRODUCED THIS FALL IN CENTRAL FLORIDA ORLANDO – OCTOBER 17, 2017 – United Arts of Central Florida is pleased to announce that four programs in the greater Orlando area have been awarded a total of $16,000 through the Diverse Programming Grants. These grants support programming that is more inclusive and representative of the... Continue Reading →

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