AAA predicts record travel numbers in Florida during Thanksgiving week

AAA – Thanksgiving Dinner — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Image by: Ground Picture Thanksgiving is now less than a week away, and for many people looking to get away, holiday travel will begin on Friday. People are taking to the roads and the skies to travel, and for those going north, the present snowstorm may have

‘Night of a Million Lights’ returns to Central Florida for its second year in a row

Image by: Night of a Million Lights KISSIMMEE, Fla. — One of Central Florida’s largest holiday displays has returned for its second year this holiday season. Named by USA Today as the “Number One Thing to Do in December in Orlando,” ‘Night of a Million Lights’ is a whimsical wonderland that serves a good cause.

Florida’s first snow park, Snowcat Ridge, is set to reopen this month for winter season

Snowcat Ridge Alpine Snow Park in Dade City — Courtesy: Snowcat Ridge Alpine Snow Park Snowcat Ridge Alpine Snow Park is preparing to open up next week for its 2021 winter season. The park opened up last year and features a wide variety of winter activities, including an arctic igloo and an alpine village that

Daytona International Speedway’s ‘Magic of Lights’ holiday event set to return for 2021

Daytona Magic of Lights – Courtesy: Image by Daytona International Speedway When planning a holiday vacation, many trip-goers happily trade dazzling snow for sparkly sand beaches and warm breezes. Visitors have always been intrigued by the way Floridians mix their well-known beaches and warm weather with the best of the holidays. Commonly known as the

Craving the holiday spirit? Check out these 6 spots in Central Florida to see Christmas Lights

Christmas decorations Courtesy: Image by Pawel Grzegorz from Pixabay While this year hasn’t made it easy to go out, explore, and hang out in large groups during the Yuletide season, it has presented businesses with creative ways to still bring holiday cheer for those that are healthy and willing to go out and see holiday

Is Florida the Grinch of Christmas? One Study shows Florida Ranks Last in Christmas Spirit

Courtesy: GetCenturyLink graphic detailing U.S. states’ Christmas Spirit With the holiday season in full effect and Christmas just around the corner, holiday cheer is a certainty. But according to the third annual GetCenturyLink state Christmas Spirit rankings, Florida is the Grinch. According to the study, Florida is so anti-Christmas spirit that the dog from the

Amazon opens 100,000 New Seasonal Jobs for holidays— 5,200 to be available for Floridians

Courtesy: Shutterstock- By Sundry Photography In a company release, Amazon announced that it is opening an additional 100,000 seasonal positions in preparation for the 2020 holiday season. The seasonal jobs will be available throughout several U.S. and Canada locations and will complement existing full and part-time positions. The news was coupled with the announcement that over