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On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants announced Allison Reid as chief development officer for the Americas. With 30 years in the hospitality industry, Reid will manage real estate development and contracts for her region. Before joining Kimpton, Reid oversaw development for Starwood ...

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AHLA Taps Amanda Franks to Lead Campaign Communications

AHLA Taps Amanda Franks to Lead Campaign Communications

Washington, D.C.—The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) announced the appointment of Amanda Franks as vice president of Campaign Communications. Franks is a veteran communications and political affairs professional, having spent her career assisting elected officials and organizations with strategic ...

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AHLA Stands Up for Brand USA

AHLA Stands Up for Brand USA

Since the Trump Administration first released their 2018 budget proposal, the U.S. travel industry has balked at the Administration’s intention to eliminate funding for Brand USA, a public/private organization dedicated to marketing the United States as a premier travel destination. ...

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AHLEI Honors Navy Lodges for Commitment to Professional Development

AHLEI Honors Navy Lodges for Commitment to Professional Development

The American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI)—the nonprofit education and training arm of the American Hotel and Lodging Association—honored two Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) Navy Lodge properties with awards recognizing their commitment to supporting their employees and guests by ...

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AHLA Urges Congress to Support Brand USA

AHLA Urges Congress to Support Brand USA

Citing that the program drives $21 billion in business sales and 2 million jobs, the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) on Tuesday urged Congress to support Brand USA, a public-private partnership that promotes international travel to the U.S. “Travel ...

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