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About Sunrise

Our Chamber of Commerce is located within the beautiful city of Sunrise. Sunrise has many attractions that bring in millions of tourists each year. The city also is home to a $27-million, 80,000-square-foot Civic Center Complex that hosts many recreational activities for all ages. The tourism of Sunrise is phenomenal–the Sawgrass Mills Mall is the second-most visited attraction in Florida, after Disney World. Sunrise also has Markham Park and the BB&T Center and the newly added IKEA store that is turning into a phenomenon. Whether you want to shop, savor the delicacies of four-star restaurants, cheer on the Florida Panthers, enjoy a concert or sporting event, or just relax at one of our many parks, Sunrise has it all.

Over the past five years, more than 140 corporations have moved to Sunrise and now call it home. Because of Sunrise’s unique boundaries, it has become the “meat in the sandwich,” the heart of business and economic development in South Florida. To the north of Sunrise is Tamarac, to its east, Lauderhill, to the southwest, Davie and to the west-southwest, Weston.

As one of the most progressive South Florida Cities, it is centrally located, easily accessible by I-95, I-595, the Sawgrass Expressway and the Turnpike, so it is a quick trip to other vacation hot spots. It is less than an hour drive to Miami and less than half hour drive to downtown Ft. Lauderdale and the beaches.

Not only does Sunrise showcase some of the finer things in life such as world-class shopping, restaurants and entertainment, but we also care about our natural environment. Sunrise is bordered by the Everglades Conservation Area, a great place to explore and enjoy the Everglade’s unique ecology. This area is also ideal for superb bird watching and other wildlife observation.

Become a part of the community by bringing your business to Sunrise and joining the Greater Sunrise Chamber of Commerce.

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