I see three possibilities. One fits by geography, one by mythology, and one by biography. I write about a fertility cult and I do a lot of interconnecting. Florida has links to both fertility and fertilizer. Face it, Florida is the penis state; just look at the shape. The name links to Flora, the Roman goddess. Fertilizer was once a large driver of our economy. Look up the biography of Traylor Howard and you will see she has a link to the industry through her dad (she’s the one in the wedding dress, in a scene from Me, Myself & Irene).
The mythology finger, like Traylor’s finger, points to Tony Cox. Little people often act as fertility deities and you will find some deities colored black (which is the color of good soil). His name also conjures up a euphemism, unfortunately he has no links to Florida; which eliminates him as a sure thing to make it in as an allusion in my book.
Delta Burke makes it in due to the geography in her name. A river delta is a very fertile place. The river delta made the Nile famous. She also happens to have a link to a pig and the Demeter happened to have pigs sacrificed to her. Delta was an A-list celebrity and she won the Miss Florida contest in 1973, so I chose her as a face of Florida and by extension – fertilizer. If Traylor Howard and Tony Cox would do me a favor and really get married, they would be perfect. A sex tape might be too much to ask for, but I may as well ask anyway. Traylor would make a good Freyja.