The rash of violence against visitors to Miami appears to have cost Florida more than tourism dollars." /> BAD MOON OVER MIAMI <br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/>The rash of violence against visitors to Miami appears to have cost Florida more than tourism dollars.


The rash of violence against visitors to Miami appears to have cost Florida more than tourism dollars." />


The rash of violence against visitors to Miami appears to have cost Florida more than tourism dollars." />



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The rash of violence against visitors to Miami appears to have cost Florida more than tourism dollars.

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Jim Smyth, ceo of Clio Awards Ltd., based in New York, cancelled plans to turn the advertising industry’s Oscar ceremony into a four-day event in Miami after a personal brush with violent crime.
Smyth had visited the city in August to talk with convention and visitors bureau officials about the possibility of moving the entire event to Miami.

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