TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) – Visit Florida is propelling a $9 million promoting plan to demonstrate that a great part of the state is open for business following Hurricane Michael.

The Orlando Sentinel reports the citizen subsidized tourism organization’s official board of trustees casted a ballot Friday to help an arrangement that incorporates featuring what has revived in regions hit by the lethal Oct. 10 storm in Northwest Florida. The arrangement additionally tries to point out different territories of the Panhandle, for example, Pensacola, that were to a great extent solid.

The promoting exertion will include residential and universal advertisements alongside overwhelming utilization of recordings via web-based networking media destinations. It’s viewed as a continuation of progressing work to address worries of potential voyagers about green growth and red-tide issues in conduits in Southeast and Southwest Florida this year.

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