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Host Hotels EVP Donates $10,000 to AH&LEF

Host Hotels EVP Donates $10,000 to AH&LEF

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Minaz Abji, executive vice president of asset management for Host Hotels & Resorts, contributed $10,000 to the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation (AH&LEF) 2016 Annual Giving Campaign, marking his fifth consecutive personal annual gift at the highest giving ...

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AH&LA Unveils ‘Dreams Happen Here’ Campaign

AH&LA Unveils ‘Dreams Happen Here’ Campaign

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) today launched: “Dreams Happen Here,” a campaign showcasing the strength of the hotel industry and amplifying the industry’s unique story of supporting good jobs and pathways to long-term careers in this industry. ...

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Ten-X Closes on $190 Million in Assets in First Quarter

Ten-X Closes on $190 Million in Assets in First Quarter

IRVINE AND SILICON VALLEY, CALIF.—Ten-X announces its hospitality division has closed on 50 assets totaling $190 million from January 2016 through May 2016 on the on the Ten-X Commercial online platform. The Ten-X hospitality division’s momentum follows a record-setting 2015, ...

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Domestic Hotel Prices on the Rise

Domestic hotel prices rose 0.8 percent year-over-year, with Nevada, Tennessee, Colorado, and California destinations driving these increases, Adobe’s Digital Price Index for June reveals. Meanwhile, United Kingdom travel prices are decreasing month-over-month due to Brexit. To read more findings, click ...

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AH&LA Sponsors Convention Keycards

While some trade groups are avoiding the national political conventions this year due negativity and controversy surrounding election season, many Washington-based trade groups are using the conventions as a branding opportunity for their industry. AH&LA is sponsoring hotel keycards at ...

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Travel Stocks Slump in Wake of France Terror Attack

In the wake of yet another deadly terrorist attack in France, travel and tourism stocks are down again. AccorHotels, discount airline easyJet, and tour operator Thomas Cook all fell by more than 3 percent on Friday following an attack in ...

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