During this past week, cities across the U.S. united to observe National Travel & Tourism Week, a yearly tradition established by a Congressional resolution in 1983. The event honors the important contributions the travel industry makes to the economy.
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority honored 26 individuals last night May, 6 at the 18th Annual Atlantic City Host Awards.
The awards, presented each year during National Travel and Tourism Week, acknowledge and inspire outstanding customer service by tourism, hospitality and retail industry employees who contribute to the success of Atlantic City as a sought-after destination.
In conjunction with National Travel and Tourism Week, yesterday, Visit Bucks County handed out awards during its Travel & Tourism Annual Awards breakfast.
The program honors industry employees and organizations for their accomplishments, service and leadership. The awards included Hospitality Leadership Award, Guest Excellence Award, Community Service Award and the Rising Star Award.
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Martha Falcon has been hired as executive director of marketing and communications for the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau.
“Martha’s extensive background in destination marketing brings a new perspective to our organization, and she is a vibrant addition to our team,” says Jack Ferguson, president and CEO, PHLCVB. “We will draw upon her experience, creativity and demonstrated knowledge of our industry to continue the momentum of the PHLCVB marketing efforts, bringing even more conventions and visitors to the city we love.”
The Special Event Show has started its session proposal search and wants you to submit ideas.
The annual trade show and conference dedicated to the meetings and events industry allows attendees to network with more than 5,000 colleagues, exhibitors and mentors. There are 100-plus education sessions, seven showcase events and thousands of products on hand at the exhibit hall floor.
Part beehive of artistic activity and part raw space, the Art Factory isn’t like anything else you have ever seen. While others work to create an industrial chic appearance, this place is the real McCoy. The Art Factory occupies a former textile mill dating to the 1800s. Comprising 26 buildings, the mill manufactured jute for riggings on sailing ships but closed in the 1950s.