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McKibbon Hospitality Receives Marriott Partnership Award

McKibbon Hospitality Receives Marriott Partnership Award

Marriott International presented hotel management and development company McKibbon Hospitality with its 2017 Partnership Circle Award at the annual Marriott CONNECT Conference held in Los Angeles. McKibbon was among about a dozen groups across the U.S. to receive awards. The ...

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On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

SBE, a lifestyle hospitality company, has appointed Peter Chambers as chief information officer. Based in Miami, Fla., Chambers will oversee information technology strategy, as well as operations and data security programs. Here’s a look at other notable comings and goings ...

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Crowne Plaza Memphis Downtown Completes Renovation

Crowne Plaza Memphis Downtown Completes Renovation

MEMPHIS, Texas—Crowne Plaza Memphis Downtown, a 230-room hotel in the heart of historical Memphis, announced it has completed a multi-million dollar renovation. The renovation focused on creating modern, spacious rooms with guest comfort and convenience in mind, including updates to 230 ...

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Co-Living May Be the Next Trend in Hospitality

Co-living—or living with a group of unrelated people—is gaining popularity in the United States as millennials seeking out interpersonal connections are finding each other in shared living spaces. As co-living becomes a movement, experts are predicting that the model will eventually ...

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Hospitality Employees See Dollar Signs

Good news for those working in hospitality: Wages are moving on up. According to the ADP Workforce Vitality Report, the labor market continued to improve for almost all industries in the first quarter of 2016. In particular, the leisure and ...

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Hospitality Industry Offers Solid Career Opportunities

Due to recent legislation regarding minimum wage and overtime regulations, the hospitality sector is under close watch by the Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board. Through working closely with the AH&LA, these entities discovered something surprising—many of ...

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