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Topic - Kathy Torian
"It's a policy of not charging them anything, should they get down to Florida and find the situation is worse than anticipated when they first booked," she said.
Tourism is the No. 1 industry in Florida and 94 percent of tourists are repeat visitors, so long-term relationships with guests matter, Torian said.