Tallahassee, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott celebrated the annual Miami-Dade County Days and ceremoniously served paella, a classic Spanish rice dish, with Lieutenant Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera, Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater, and Commissioner Adam Putnam. Miami-Dade County Days is an annual event in Tallahassee to embrace the diverse culture and history in South Florida and throughout the State.
Governor Scott said, “During Miami-Dade Days, we take time to recognize how Florida’s growing and diverse population contributes to an opportunity economy in the Sunshine State. We will continue to strengthen our cultural and economic opportunities with Spain and Latin America to make Florida a global hub for business, and Miami-Dade Days is a great way to embrace these efforts by leaders in the community.”
Lieutenant Governor Lopez-Cantera said, “Miami-Dade Days in Tallahassee is always a great way to celebrate the diversity of South Florida, the state and the nation. By having this event at the Capitol, we are giving our community a taste of the rich history in Florida.”
Source: Rick Scott Press Release