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Stu Upson has been appointed to the new position of chief operating officer at the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum. more
The twin shocks of the massacre in Tunisia and the financial meltdown in Greece have sent tourism shares sharply lower. The industry has grown increasingly resilient in recent years, however, and it probably will recover relatively quickly. That … more
Hotel tax collections, as well as meal and beverage tax collections, rose year over year in November, according to the state Department of Revenue. more
Providence has yet to see a building boom, but it is attracting several developers of hotel properties. The city has about 2,500 hotel rooms, most of them downtown, divided among full-service hotels, boutique hotels and small … more
ATOM Media Group is pitching “Whatever You Do … Rhode Island” as its answer to the R.I.Commerce Corporation’s request for proposals for a Rhode Island tourism and business attraction branding campaign. more
Benrus LLC and the Delpidio Group each have pledged $100,000 toward ATOM Media Group’s proposal, “Whatever You Do … Rhode Island.” more
Rhode Island will host the National Governors Association’s summer meeting in 2017. more
The decision for Pawtucket-based vacation tour company Collette to “go healthy” had been in the works for some time. A survey of its 276 Rhode Island employees revealed that 85 percent were onboard with the idea of a fitness and wellness center. more
The highest number of Labor Day travelers nationwide since 2008 are expected this weekend, according to AAA Northeast, which pointed to lower gasoline prices, higher disposable incomes and a stronger job market as reasons for the increase. more
Hotel occupancy rates in the Newport and Providence-Warwick areas increased year to date in Newport, and year over year in July for Providence and Warwick, tourism experts report. more
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