MIAMI (AP) - Tourism promoters say LeBron James is giving South Florida a boost already.
The NBA star left the Cleveland Cavaliers this week for the Miami Heat.
The reservations team at the Fountainebleau Resort in Miami Beach says they're getting asked about packages that include Heat tickets.
Prime 112 says athletes, sportscasters and regular diners want to know if they'll still be able to get tables at the South Beach restaurant that's bracing for even more popularity with celebrities.
Real estate agents say James' move drove up the price of at least one condo near the AmericanAirlines Arena, and home buyers want Heat tickets as part of the deal.
The star already has snack named for him: the "Le-Brat James" bratwurst at the Shake Shack in South Beach.
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