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GMCVB PARTNERS WITH MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO EXPAND REACH OF MIAMI EATS PROGRAM WITH LOCAL TV CAMPAIGN



To further support local restaurants amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) has partnered with the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce for a local TV campaign on the GMCVB’s Miami Eats program. Atlantic Broadband generously donated TV spots to the Chamber which are being used to support this campaign and its restaurants. Miami Eats was conceived to help restaurants inform patrons of their takeout and delivery offerings, and ultimately, stimulate business for locals’ beloved restaurants and most importantly – their owners, chefs and employees. With more than 1,100 restaurants listed and counting, Miami Eats by the GMCVB offers endless opportunities to enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even wine, beer and cocktails, from our destination’s favorite restaurants. Some restaurants are new to dining out and some are offering affordable family meals, gourmet make-at-home meal kits, free desserts and special discounts, making this an opportunity for locals to satisfy palates while helping local businesses. Customers are encouraged to contact restaurants directly so that they can minimize third-party fees and expenses.


For the full list of participants, please visit https://www.miamiandbeaches.com/miamieats and share your Miami Eats experience with the GMCVB on social media by using the hashtags, #MiamiEats and #OrderOutHelpOut.

 

Miami Eats is part of a series of programs designed by the GMCVB to stimulate demand and mitigate effects from the coronavirus pandemic. More information on the GMCVB’s response efforts and updates related to COVID-19 is available for the public and members via its website at www.miamiandbeaches.com .

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