Updated October 25 at 8:25am
Hospitality & Tourism
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PAWTUCKET – Narragansett Brewing Co. CEO Mark Hellendrung is making good on longstanding plans to bring the brew back to Rhode Island, partnering with the owners of The Guild on a new craft-brewing consortium. Hellendrung, who grew up in … more
As state leaders labor to move on from the firestorm that followed the rollout of a $5 million tourism marketing campaign, a key question remains: What happened? Gov. Gina M. Raimondo on April 1 responded to widespread criticism by dropping … more
With millions of dollars in scholarships on the line, teams of culinary students from throughout the state competed recently in the opening round of an annual national culinary cooking and restaurant-management competition. The National … more
Travel + Leisure is asking readers to rate their favorite cities, towns and regions for its annual “favorite places survey.” more
Narragansett Brewing Co. placed 38th on the Brewers Association list of the top 50 craft breweries in the country and 45th among the top brewing companies. more
At a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday, the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe took the first step in the construction of its billion-dollar First Light Resort & Casino. Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal … more
Rhode Island is the seventh-most expensive place to hold a wedding, according to The Knot, a wedding resource. more
“Rhode Island: Cooler & Warmer” may be no longer, but it sparked the imaginations of many who turned to the Internet with their own ideas for state slogans. more
Since October, I have been chairing a House commission studying the potential for growing tourism through a coordinated marketing effort. I sponsored the bill creating this commission because I firmly believe Rhode Island needs an ad campaign that effectively conveys our state’s unique identity to tourists. more
(Updated 1:40 p.m.) R.I. Commerce Corp. board member Karl Wadensten on Monday said Gov. Gina M. Raimondo did the right thing in dropping the widely panned slogan “Rhode Island: Cooler and Warmer” from a $5 million tourism marketing campaign, but added there needs to be “a post mortem” on the process that led to its adoption and error-filled rollout. more
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