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D.C. Hotels Lost $2 Million in Revenue During Shutdown

The long-term effects of the recent 16-day government shutdown are still uncertain, but Washington, D.C., hotels experienced some dramatic hits in revenue while the federal government was out of work. According to this article from the Washington Post, hotels in ...

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Government Shutdown Could Derail Business Travel Spending

Government Shutdown Could Derail Business Travel Spending

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Business travel spending is expected to see a robust year in 2014 fueled by steady corporate profits, increases in business investment, and an improving U.S. economy. However, the ongoing government shutdown and potential default could derail progress and is ...

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Hotel Industry Presses for End to Government Shutdown

Hotel Industry Presses for End to Government Shutdown

Washington, D.C.—Faced with an ever-increasing economic hit to the domestic travel and tourism industry resulting from the ongoing government shutdown and the looming breach of the federal debt ceiling, the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AH&LA) and hoteliers from across ...

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Government Shutdown to Affect Travel Industry

Government Shutdown to Affect Travel Industry

On the morning of Oct. 1, after Congress and the Senate failed to come to an agreement on a spending bill, parts of the government deemed nonessential for operations officially shut down—and the impact could have lasting effects for the ...

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