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AH&LA Presents Unified, Powerful Voice

AH&LA Presents Unified, Powerful Voice

Led by hoteliers, our industry has carved a path that has resulted in year-after-year of record growth, job creation, and vigorous development in the lodging sector. Now, we at the American Hotel & Lodging Association are forging ahead to showcase ...

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On the Fast Track to Success

On the Fast Track to Success

Our industry is about you: The people who make it strong. Without the nearly 2 million individuals who ensure its success each and every day, the hotel industry would not continue to grow and thrive in communities across America. As ...

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The Road Ahead: What’s Next for Hospitality

The Road Ahead: What’s Next for Hospitality

Throughout 2015, the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) achieved significant milestones on behalf of its 23,000-strong membership. At the heart of these successes is a core mission of proactive advocacy, which allowed us to move the needle on multiple ...

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Showing Lawmakers the Heart of the Industry

Showing Lawmakers the Heart of the Industry

“Tell your stories about how you are job creators and how you employ people in your communities… Share your desires to hire more people and expand your business, and tell them about how many people you employ in their district.” ...

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AH&LA Unveils 2015 Policy Agenda

AH&LA Unveils 2015 Policy Agenda

Without a doubt, 2015 will be a good year for the hotel industry. More united and engaged than ever before, we are poised to build on the success of the past 12 months. In 2014, AH&LA achieved its largest membership ...

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Election Results Will Impact Important Policy Issues

Election Results Will Impact Important Policy Issues

Election Day is fast approaching. As with every election cycle, voter turnout is a major concern for Republican and Democratic candidates alike. Midterm elections pose an even greater challenge, as turnout is historically lower. The voting trends over the past ...

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