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MPE CARIBBEAN REPORT NEWSLETTER – APRIL 25, 2022

The MPE Caribbean Report Newsletter is a newly launched product offering travel, tourism, Caribbean and global news in a newsletter format. To share stories, information or intelligence, contact us at [email protected]. Seatrade Cruise Global to open in Miami Beach A fantastic…

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OffshoreAlert Daily Digest – October 8, 2019

Cayman lawyer David Marshall arrested in Miami Beach for domestic assault Read on OffshoreAlert / Share on Twitter British attorney David Marshall, a partner with Cayman Islands law firm Maples and Calder, was arrested in Miami Beach on his birthday over the…

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Concacaf announces headquarters relocation to downtown Miami

The Confederation will relocate from its Miami Beach office to 3 MiamiCentral Miami (Friday, August 31, 2018) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) confirmed today that is moving its headquarters to a new location…

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Tourism CHIEF upbeat about the Caribbean’s future

CHTA’s Frank Comito expresses confidence in the Caribbean’s tourism performance MIAMI (June 4, 2018) – High consumer demand for a Caribbean travel experience and increased tourism investments in hotels and airport improvements bode well for the future of the Caribbean’s…

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Tourism chief upbeat about the Caribbean’s future

By CHTA (PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – High consumer demand for a Caribbean travel experience and increased tourism investments in hotels and airport improvements bode well for the future of the Caribbean’s tourism sector, which is exceeding 2018 expectations despite…

Irma death toll in US climbs to 22 as power is restored to over 2 million Florida customers

By EMILY SHAPIRO, KARMA ALLEN, JULIA JACOBO From ABC News The death toll from Hurricane Irma has climbed to 22 in the United States following its path of destruction across the Caribbean and through the Southeast U.S. over the weekend,…

Hurricane Irma leaves travel agents and cruise lines extremely concerned and hoping for the best

By Dan Peltier , From Skift Hurricane Irma is a monster storm the likes of which the Caribbean and United States haven’t seen in a while. While tourism usually rebounds after major storms, we haven’t seen an active Atlantic hurricane…

Irma hits Florida

This is what Florida looks like as Irma hits By Dakin Andone, From CNN MIAMI, FL – SEPTEMBER 09: The skyline is seen as the outerbands of Hurricane Irma start to reach Florida on September 9, 2017 in Miami, Florida….

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More Zika in Florida, first case in Hong Kong

From Voice of America Health officials in the southern U.S. state of Florida identified several new cases of local transmission of the Zika virus this week. And internationally, Hong Kong joined the list of areas affected by the widespread virus….

Third Outbreak of Zika virus found in Florida

By Maureen Foody From WN.com Florida has another possible outbreak of the Zika virus on the Gulf Coast in Pinellas County according to NBC News. At least one person has been infected locally near St. Petersburg as the state also reported…