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Las Vegas tourism officials are hoping for better days ahead in 2021 as conferences slowly come back.
Las Vegas delivers not just first-class existing facilities, but a host of new ones as well, and in all cases, professionally developed health and safety protocols.
Prevue reached out to a handful of incentive destinations and resorts to find out what group experiences they offer that are not to be missed.
Visit Orlando recently sponsored a virtual FAM to get meeting and incentive planners prepared for upcoming gatherings in this popular destination.
Baskow Talent/Las Vegas Speakers Bureau, a celebrity and talent broker company based in Las Vegas, NV, is celebrating its 45th anniversary.
Arne M. Sorenson, president and CEO, Marriott International passed away on February 15, 2021.
President Biden issues a mask mandate while his CDC makes mask wearing mandatory on all public transportation and recommends double masking.
Marriott is expanding its all-inclusive portfolio through a long-term agreement with Sunwing Travel Group’s hotel division, Blue Diamond Resorts.
In an effort to establish confidence with guests and travel planners, Forbes Travel Guide and Sharecare have created a health and safety security 'seal of approval' to identify properties that have achieved verification.
An ordinarily in-person gathering, this year’s Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA)’s annual Convening Leaders conference was replaced with a full digital event, with six ancillary gatherings linked to the live broadcast.
President Joe Biden is reimposing a ban on many non-U.S. citizens from entering the country.
The Inauguration of President Biden and Vice-President Harris inspires optimism to an industry flatlined by the COVID-19 pandemic, but with that hope comes an almost desperate plea for immediate legislative action.
In a last-minute maneuver, President Donald Trump lifts COVID-19 travel restrictions, a measure President-elect Joe Biden's administration has committed to block.
Amidst a global pandemic that has all but flatlined the hotel industry, Washington D.C. hotels are faced with a quintessential dilemma surrounding the inauguration.