More than home to Mickey Mouse, Orlando is the “Theme Park Capital of the World”. Beyond the roller coasters and characters, Orlando is a hi-tech industrial center. More than 50,000 people are employed in the tech industry here. A true international city, over 20 countries have facilities in metro Orlando. In the proximity of the Space Coast, Orlando’s tech center has a large focus on flight and military systems development.

Beyond entertainment and technology, Orlando’s economy is dependent on tourism. Second only to Las Vegas, Orlando has the most hotel rooms of any other American city and is one of the busiest for conventions and trade shows.

At a Glance
Orlando Branch
2506 Eunice Avenue
Orlando, FL 32808

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Local Attractions:
  • Theme Parks - SeaWorld, Universal Studios and Walt Disney World Resorts complex are in or around Orlando.
  • Golf - Golf courses can’t be missed in Central Florida, but Bay Hill Club is home to the Arnold Palmer Invitational and home to many professional golfers.
  • What's nearby? – Kennedy Space Center and the world famous Cocoa Beach are within only an hour’s drive.
Fast Facts:
  • Population: 249,562
  • Nicknames: the locals refer to Orlando as "O-Town".
  • Fun Fact: Orlando is located in Orange County in what was previously a part of Mosquito County which was divided in 1845,