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Combating Cyber Scams

Combating Cyber Scams

These days, it’s more a matter of when you’ll get hacked than if. As more and more companies experience data breaches or fall victim to cyber scams, it is so important to have a plan in place in the event ...

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NAF Celebrates 30 Years of Educating Students

NAF Celebrates 30 Years of Educating Students

This school year marks the 30th anniversary of NAF’s Academy of Hospitality & Tourism (AOHT), which helps high school students chart career paths in one of the world’s largest industries. The foundation launched the AOHT in 1987 with support from ...

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Beautiful Destinations Founder Makes Social Media Authentic

Beautiful Destinations Founder Makes Social Media Authentic

Jeremy Jauncey’s Beautiful Destinations is on the cutting edge of social media-driven advertising. The company uses authentic images, taken by real travelers, to represent brands and destinations online—namely on Instagram—rather than the more traditional route of using specifically-created marketing materials ...

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How Texting Programs Improve Hotel Efficiency

How Texting Programs Improve Hotel Efficiency

In the competitive hospitality industry, efficient, convenient technology has become less of an amenity and more of a necessity. Curtis Burdette, general manager at Double JJ Resort chatted with LODGING to share some insight on how SMS text service Maestro helps ...

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Guest’s Top Amenity: Internet Accessibility

Guest’s Top Amenity: Internet Accessibility

These days, internet accessibility when staying at a hotel is more important than ever. Between travelers working on the road and leisure travelers binging on Netflix, hotels have to do everything they can to offer the best, and fastest, internet ...

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AH&LA Study Reveals Philadelphia’s Airbnb Habits

AH&LA Study Reveals Philadelphia’s Airbnb Habits

The American Hotel & Lodging Association released a study in January providing a detailed analysis on the rise of commercial short-term rental activity taking place in 14 cities between October 2014 and September 2015, conducted by John O’Neill, Ph.D., professor ...

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