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2009 Annual Meeting. Julia Ebner Florida Grand Opera’s Young Performers Organization. Video of Flag & National Anthem. William D. Talbert III, CDME President & CEO. Honorable Matti H. Bower Mayor of Miami Beach. William D. Talbert III, CDME President’s Report.

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Julia Ebner

Florida Grand Opera’s

Young Performers Organization


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Video of Flag &

National Anthem



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Honorable Matti H. Bower

Mayor of Miami Beach


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William D. Talbert III, CDME

President’s Report


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Hospitality Jobs(October through September)

104,800

103,000

People Employed

Percent change: -1.7%


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Domestic

10,438,700

10,132,773

Number of Overnight Visitors(October through July)

International

Domestic : -3.7%

International: -2.1%

Total: -2.9%


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Rooms Sold(October through August)

10,248,987

10,078,628

Total Rooms Sold

Percent change: -1.7%


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Rooms Available(August 2008 v. August 2009)

Total Rooms Available

Percent change: 10%


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Market Share(Top 25 Hotel Markets)

Market Share

Percent change: 6.3%


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January through August (2009 vs. 2008)

Global Revenue Per Available Room (Rev Par)

Beijing -54.1%

Madrid -40.1%

Mexico City -38.4%

Dubai -35.3%

Buenos Aires -34.6%

New York City -32.4%

Sydney -30.5%

Toronto -28.8%

London -26.9%

Paris -26.1%

Sao Paulo -23.6%

Rome -23.0%

Greater Miami -22.8%

Berlin -20.9%


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Revenue – Tourist Related Taxes(October through September Collections)

$126,753,801

$113,638,719

Miami Beach

Miami-Dade County

(excluding Miami Beach)

Miami Beach : -1.7%

Miami-Dade County: -13.2%

Total Tourist Tax: -10.3%


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Historical Network

Recent Additions

Future Expansion

International Representation Network

  • Argentina

  • Brazil

  • France

  • México

  • United Kingdom

  • Canada

  • Colombia

  • Costa Rica

  • Ecuador

  • Italy

  • Peru

  • Venezuela


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Convention Sales 2008-2009 Activity

Economic Impact to Greater Miami: $160 Million


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  • American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (Nov. 7 - 9)

  • Kenes International Parkinsons Conference(Dec. 13 - 16)

  • Society of Critical Care Medicine(Jan. 10 - 12)

  • American Academy of Dermatology(Mar. 6 - 9)

  • American Institute of Architects (June 10 - 12)

Upcoming Conventions

Total Delegates: 43,000

Economic Impact: $44,000,000



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Gene Prescott

Board Chair





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Steven Haas

Board Chair-Elect



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Miguel Peña

President, Southern Florida Concierge Association


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Nominees for Concierge of the Year


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Concierge of the Year Winner

Francois Calixte

Conrad Miami






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