The Future of Broward County Tourism
Members and guests of the Lauderhill Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC) discovered the future of Broward County tourism and economic development on Friday, July 8 when they were honored to have GFLCVB Senior Vice President, Carlos M. Molinet and Al Tucker, GFLCVB Vice President of multicultural business development provide an address to the Broward business community at the Chamber’s monthly breakfast held at the new Lauderhill Regional Performing Arts Center.
“This breakfast is the kick-off of our annual Hospitality Week in the City of Lauderdale,” said Dr. Winnifred McPherson, President of the Lauderhill Regional Chamber of Commerce. “Hospitality and tourism plays such a major role in our community and we look forward to continued growth and expansion of the tourism industry under their leadership.”
The administration of the GFLCVB includes a 45-person organization with a $24 million operating budget, providing sales and marketing development that spans leisure, international, sports and convention and group sales, multicultural tourism and LGBTQ development, film and entertainment as well as national and international advertising and public relations.
Chamber events are generally open to the public with purchase of tickets. Call 954.318.6118 for tickets to future LRCC events!
About Lauderhill Regional Chamber of Commerce
The Lauderhill Regional Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization that exists to support the growth of Central Broward business, help to attract and establish new businesses, and foster a healthy and inclusive business environment. Moreover, we improve quality of life through responsible, sustained leadership on community and regional issues of relevance to our members.