After Democrat Charlie Crist said he wanted to go to Cuba, Gov. Rick Scott condemned the move.
“When spends money there, he’s helping the Castro regime,” Scott said recently in Miami.
But more people, business leaders and politicians are heading to Cuba these days – including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and a consulting company that, over the past decade, has done $368,000 worth of web services for Scott, top Republican lawmakers and the Republican Party of Florida over the past decade.
“It was the trip of a lifetime, and we can’t wait to go back,” Sandi Poreda, senior public relations specialist at Taproot Creative wrote on its blog May 8, the day after Scott criticized his opponent's Cuba-travel plans.