Marketing & Promotion

The Miami DDA actively promotes Downtown Miami as a place for businesses, residents, and visitors alike. In addition to providing information via this website, we also connect people to resources via the communication channel you prefer.
 

Digital Communications 
Every month we send various eblasts, including a business news blast, sent the first Tuesday of the month, a lifestyle newsletter, known as the DWNTWNR which features events and specials, sent every other Thursday, and news alerts with updates on street closures, special events and/or emergencies on an as-needed basis.


You can also stay connected through social media, follow us and join in on the conversation on the following channels:

 
 
 donwtownMIA

 downtownMIA

 downtownMIA

 Miami Downtown Development Authority

 Miami Downtown Development Authority

 


Printed Communications

 

We create and distribute a wide range of materials for business attraction, promotional purposes, and to keep residents informed. We also provide materials to visitors at special events and through welcome centers.

A selection of our materials are available by download to the right and a full catalog of our materials are available here. Printed copies of the brochures may also be available, if you are interested in receiving printed copies, contact the Marketing Department at 305.579.6675 or via email at marketing@miamidda.com.
 

 

 



Meet the Team

Kim Hills
Marketing & Communications, Senior Manager
Yami Roa
Marketing & Outreach
Emerson Calderon
Creative & Design
Caldwell Jackson
Marketing & Digital
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