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Coast Hospitality Expands from Within

Coast Hospitality Expands from Within

When Doug Rigoni took a job as a banquet houseman the summer after he graduated high school, he didn’t expect to use the experience as a stepping stone toward a long career in the hospitality industry. Now president and CEO ...

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Checking in With New Castle Hotels COO Gerry Chase

Checking in With New Castle Hotels COO Gerry Chase

New Castle Hotels & Resorts is growing at a rapid pace, with plans to double its portfolio by 2020. COO Gerry Chase recently sat down with LODGING to discuss the company’s expansion and how leading industry concerns impact his business. ...

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TownePlace Suites Reveals ‘Hot’ Partnership

TownePlace Suites Reveals ‘Hot’ Partnership

Hoteliers continuously hear it from industry pundits and satisfaction surveys: Guests are looking for more local, communal experiences during their hotel visits. Increasing millennial trends, such as food tourism and co-living, are taking hospitality in unexpected directions, as short-term rental ...

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New Asbury Park Hotel Marks Start of Resurgence

New Asbury Park Hotel Marks Start of Resurgence

Asbury Park, N.J., has a storied history. Founded in 1871 by New York City broom manufacturer James A. Bradley, the 500 acres of shorefront property drew more than 600,000 vacationers annually in the city’s early years. For many years, the ...

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Philly Ready to Host Democratic National Convention

Philly Ready to Host Democratic National Convention

An estimated 50,000 people will descend upon the Democratic National Convention (DNC) from July 25 to 28 in Philadelphia. The event is expected to cost the City of Brotherly Love around $60 million, but the city is expecting major returns—to ...

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Navigating Hospitality in the Era of Brexit

Navigating Hospitality in the Era of Brexit

After the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in late June, the value of the pound decreased to the lowest it has been in years. Since then, studies have shown a shrinking U.K. economy and a decrease in ...

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