There are many good reasons to get Miami Dade virtual toll free numbers, and this article will present many of them. Miami Dade virtual toll free numbers resemble any US toll free telephone number, which have a 800, 866, 855, 877, or 888 area codes. However, when companies get Miami Dade virtual toll free numbers, calls to those numbers connect to the offices of those companies wherever they are located, even if they are across the globe. The callers may think they are reaching a location in Miami Dade County, but they are not. Furthermore, their calls, both domestic and international, are toll free.
A good reason to get Miami Dade virtual toll free numbers is that the subscriber represents a virtual office to the 2,712,945 Miami Dade residents. Miami Dade is located in the southeastern part of Florida, and it is the most populous county in the state. The county has 34 municipalities, 37 census designated places, and 16 unincorporated communities. As of 2010, 64% of the population spoke Spanish and 28% spoke English as their mother languages. Redland and Homestead, which are in the southern part of the county, make up the agricultural economy of Miami Dade. The county website is “http://www.miamidade.gov/”.
The western part of Miami Dade County county extends into the Everglades National Park and to the east are the Biscayne National Park and the Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserves. The website for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is “https://floridadep.gov/”.
The next reason to get Miami Dade virtual toll free numbers is that subscribers can connect to the 453,579 residents of the City of Miami. Miami is a major port city served by the Miami International Airport and the Port of Miami, the latter being known as the “Cruise Capital of the World” and the “Cargo Gateway of the Americas”. The Brickell Avenue downtown area houses the largest concentration of international banks in the US. Miami has five major professional sports teams and two NCAA teams.
- Miami Dolphins, National Football League
- Miami Marlins, Major League Baseball
- Miami Heat, National Basketball Association
- Florida Panthers, National Hockey League
- Miami Major League Soccer (pending negotiations)
- Miami Hurricanes, NCAA Division 1, ACC Conference
- Florida International University Panthers, NCAA Division 1, USA Conference
The City of Miami’s website is “http://miamigov.com/”.
Another reason to get Miami Dade virtual toll free numbers is to be available to the Cuban population of the City of Hialeah, the sixth-largest city in Florida. Hialeah has 236,387 residents, 74% of which are Cuban or Cuban American. Hialeah is one of the largest Spanish speaking communities in the US with 92% of the residents speaking Spanish at home. Telemundo, the Spanish-speaking television network has its headquarters in Hialeah. Although the city has many national retailers, it has a vibrant community of mom and pop stores. In order to meet local demands, Publix supermarkets, a large Florida grocery chain, opened Publix Sabor to serve the Spanish-speaking community. The City of Hialeah’s website is “http://www.hialeahfl.gov/”.
Another good reason to get Miami Dade virtual toll free numbers is have a virtual office in Miami Gardens, which has a population of 113,058 and is the largest city in Florida with a majority African American population. Miami Gardens is the home of Hard Rock Stadium where the Miami Dolphins and the University of Miami Hurricanes play. It is also the site for the annual Orange Bowl on New Year’s Day. The Antioch Mission Baptist Church of Miami Gardens is a megachurch in the city, and it has over 7,500 members. The website for Miami Gardens is “http://www.miamigardens-fl.gov/.
It is good to be associated with Miami Beach, a coastal resort city with a population of 91,917. It has been a favorite beach resort since the early 20th Century. Miami Beach consists of natural and man-made barrier islands between Biscayne Bay to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. It is also due east of the City of Miami. South Beach, the southernmost 2.5 square miles, is the commercial center of Miami Beach. Lincoln Road, in South Beach is popular for outdoor dining, bicycling, rollerblading, shopping, and galleries.
The Art Deco District—with hotels, apartments, and other structures— is world famous for its Streamline Moderne and Art Deco architecture, and it is on the National Register of Historic Places. Miami Beach has a large Orthodox and liberal Jewish community with many synagogues and yeshivas (an institution focusing on the study of traditional religious texts). It is also the home of the Holocaust Museum of Miami Beach.
Miami Beach also has a sizeable LGBT community and very progressive human rights laws. It hosts large fundraisers to benefit LGBT nonprofits. The City of Miami Beach hosts several large, internationally famous festivals each year.
Art Basel Miami Beach, the sister event to one held in Basel, Switzerland
Food Network and Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival
South Beach Seafood Festival
The website of Miami Beach is “http://www.miamibeachfl.gov/”.