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Lifestyle Miami collaborates with NFL Star Antonio Brown for their Next Marketing Campaign


Lifestyle Miami is about to spread its message of community and humanitarian missions to a new level. They have a new spokesperson, NFL superstar Antonio Brown. Founder Miguel Zulueta is very excited to team up with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver to introduce new followers to his social media phenomenon. Don’t be surprised if you see an advertisement for Lifestyle Miami show up somewhere during the upcoming NFL season!

Miguel Zulueta loves the city of Miami. To share this unique and diverse city with the world, Zulueta created a social media page called Lifestyle Miami. Launched on Instagram as a hobby, the concept was an instant hit. Today, it is a hub for the businesses, artists, restaurants, and entertainment of this vibrant city.

Lifestyle Miami also serves as an organic guide to the city. For those planning a visit, all you need to do is have a look at the page. It gives everyone the same information, and there are no “residential exclusives” here. Zulueta has created a warm, genuine community supporting and welcoming visitors to this popular destination.

While the page does serve as an effective networking hub, it spearheads several non-profit causes. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Zulueta has offered businesses free advertising to help them stay afloat. Even at the height of social distancing during the pandemic, Lifestyle Miami still held dog adoptions, beach cleanups, services for the homeless, toy drives, and donating essential goods to families who cannot afford them.

This is only the most recent example of Lifestyle Miami’s generosity. After Hurricane Maria ravaged the Bahamas in 2017, the group sent boats filled with supplies and generators to the devastated island. Zulueta, exemplifying the spirit of community that built this organization, simply wanted to help his neighbors in need. Aid for Dade, one of Lifestyle Miami’s non-profit organizations, provides similar relief for locals after natural disasters.