It’s almost time to get ready to go back to school, and this year, the Florida Senate passed legislation for the return of the Florida Back to School Sales Tax Holiday from July 31-Aug 9, 2021.
Freedom Week is coming to Florida July 1-7, and it’s the newest sales tax holiday signed into law earlier this year.
A new combination food and retail venue is coming to I-Drive, in front of the Travelodge By Windham Orlando, located at 7200 International Drive, just north of Sand Lake Rd.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed bill authorizing three sales tax holidays for 2021, where sales taxes on select purchases will be temporarily suspended.
Here are the details and dates to mark in your shopping calendar:
In addition to offering luxury shopping and dining, Orlando’s Mall at Millenia is teaming with the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex for an exhibit called “Out of This World Immersive Experience.”
How school for the 20/21 session will take place is currently up in the air, but in March before COVID-19 hit, the Florida Senate passed legislation for the return of the Florida Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday from August 7-9, 2020.
The 2020 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday was passed by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis, and will run Friday, May 29, through Thursday, June 4, 2020.
Also known as the Florida Hurricane Supplies Sales Tax Holiday, it allows qualifying items related to disaster preparedness to be exempt from sales tax.
As we told you last week, Walt Disney World has decided to dip its toes into the reopening waters by doing a limited opening of Disney Springs on Tuesday, May 20.
Based on government requirements, as well as guidance from health authorities such as the CDC and appropriate government agencies, Disney is implementing a number of new health and safety measures and operational changes for this reopening.
Here’s what you need to know…
Yesterday, Walt Disney World announced it would begin a phased reopening date of May 20, 2020, for Disney Springs.
Following the guidance of government and health officials, a limited number of shopping and dining experiences that are owned by third-party operating participants will begin to open during this initial phase.
It appears the Lucky’s Market grocery brand will be closing all but one of its Florida store locations by February 12, 2020. The West Melbourne store will remain open.