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U.S. Companies Refocus Sustainability Plans To Reduce Risk

U.S. Companies Refocus Sustainability Plans To Reduce Risk

Bloomington, IN—Earlier this year, Deloitte Resources released its 2017 study on U.S. consumer and business attitudes and practices towards sustainability and the use of natural resources. Based on more than 700 online interviews with business decision makers at companies with more ...

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Live! by Loews To Open Second Location in St. Louis

Live! by Loews To Open Second Location in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS, Mo.-Loews Hotels & Co announced plans to build its first St. Louis hotel as part of a $260 million expansion of the city’s mixed-use dining and entertainment district, Ballpark Village. Adjacent to Busch Stadium, the hotel will debut ...

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Explainer: Reserve Funds

Reserve funds consist of liquid assets set aside for future projects or unexpected costs. Typically, hoteliers contribute to reserve funds on a scheduled basis so that they can accrue interest and grow in value. Reserves are usually kept in cash ...

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Sleep Inn Launches Tongue-In-Cheek Trade Marketing Campaign

Sleep Inn Launches Tongue-In-Cheek Trade Marketing Campaign

ROCKVILLE, Md.—Choice Hotels announced a tongue-in-cheek trade marketing campaign for the company’s midscale Sleep Inn brand. The print and digital ads, which debuted across several industry trade publications, highlight what that brand says really matters to developers—a strong, long-term return ...

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Disasters’ Impact on Travel Bookings

According to travel professionals, the numerous natural and man-made disasters of the last couple of months—the hurricanes that battered Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico, the earthquakes in Mexico, and the mass shooting in Las Vegas—all had a major impact on ...

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