Keys Tourism Advisory
Sept. 27, 2017, 3 p.m. EST
News and Information From the Monroe County Tourist Development Council
Keys Accommodations, Attractions Reminded to Update Their Websites
Accommodations, attractions and other tourism-related businesses are reminded to provide post-Hurricane Irma updates on their own websites to ensure that travelers understand the status of their business following the storm.
“This is especially important for the lodging industry,” said Stacey Mitchell, who has replaced Harold Wheeler as director of the Monroe County Tourist Development Council following his retirement after 21 years of service. “Potential travelers are using the TDC’s fla-keys.com site for information, and most listings on our ‘Where to Stay’ pages are linked to the properties’ own websites.
“It is imperative that accurate information is provided to protect the credibility of both properties and the Keys,” she added.
On Monday, Keys officials formally announced that visitors could begin returning to the island chain Sunday, Oct. 1.