2013 Holiday dance events for Orlando
, is gearing up goals to draw more tourists to the region in 2014. “The Orlando area is in the top 10 most-visited places for LGBT tourists and numbers from the American Hotel and Lodging Association estimate gay travelers spent $3 billion last year in Orlando. We want to build on that organic visitation pattern,” said Converge Executive Director Mikael Audebert . For 2014, the bureau expects to: Increase traffic to the region’s travel site for the LGBT community, http://www.orlandogaytravel.com. Double the number of gay travel writers visiting Orlando, which should help grow positive experiences in the region and raise the area’s reputation as a leading LGBT tourism destination.
Orlando Florida Attractions
Bring a snack to share if you wish. Down Dance Studio is located at 309 Washington Ave, Titusville FL. Dress to Impress! 3. Mark Arnott’s “Venetian Ballroom Christmas Party” – Sunday, December 15. $12 cover for all day, this is the last Venetian Ballroom Dance for 2013.
In addition to monetary and merchandise donations, the Orlando Magic community outreach team helps over 75,000 community kids each year. This community dedication is mirrored in the Magics fans, making an Orlando Magic sporting event an exciting edge-of-your seat experience as you cheer for the team. The Amway Center , the home of the Orlando Magic, could be considered a popular draw amidst other Orlando, Florida attractions, not only for the winning energy of the team itself, but because of the luxurious amenities the Amway Center offers. Named 2012s top sporting arena, the Amway Center provides a majestic steel and glass structure in the heart of downtown. The Amway Center offers the tallest high-definition screen in the NBA, ensuring that every seat in the stadium will supply you with the best view of all the plays. Beyond the game, the Amway Center offers a variety of restaurants and attractions that showcase the history and important events for the Orlando Magic team.
Could Homestand Begin Playoff Push for Orlando Magic?
While little was expected from the Orlando Magic heading into the 2013-14 season, the dismal nature of the Eastern Conference could actually have basketball fans in Central Florida thinking playoffs. The East’s current eighth seed, the Toronto Raptors, own just one more victory than the Magic to this point. Although a team like Orlando plays no gimmes, the upcoming schedule on their six-game homestand could allow for the Magic to make up ground. Though some would prefer for the Magic to be dismal to get a top five draft pick, being among the worst teams in the Eastern Conference is just as difficult as being among the conference’s best to this point in the 2013-14 NBA season.