When you enter on one particular of the highways from neighboring states, you are greeted by blue indicators that say: “Welcome to Florida.”

About a decade in the past, when Rick Scott was governor, he had scaled-down signals added with his identify and a information to website visitors.

“Open for Company.”

That was Scott’s mantra. Growth and careers, work opportunities, jobs. No make any difference the problem, that was the solution.

It was a fairly normal conservative technique to attracting corporations to Florida. If you hold taxes lower, eliminate pesky laws and invite businesses to build it — pretty much where ever they want — they will come.

All those now sense like simpler occasions.

Throughout the pandemic, Florida’s latest governor also produced “open for business” a mantra. It is extra than his advertising and marketing for the state. It is his advertising for himself, for his political ambitions.

By Anisa