Steady, but slow growth reported at RIHA’s 14th annual Economic Outlook Breakfast

ON THURSDAY MORNING the Rhode Island Hospitality Association hosted its 14th annual Economic Outlook Breakfast. L to R: Dale Venturini, RIHA president and CEO, Hudson Riehle, National Restaurant Association SVP of research and knowledge group, Marvin L. Abey, chairman of the House Finance Committee, and Rachel Roginsky, principal of Pinnacle Advisory Group. / COURTESY RIHA
ON THURSDAY MORNING the Rhode Island Hospitality Association hosted its 14th annual Economic Outlook Breakfast. L to R: Dale Venturini, RIHA president and CEO, Hudson Riehle, National Restaurant Association SVP of research and knowledge group, Marvin L. Abey, chairman of the House Finance Committee, and Rachel Roginsky, principal of Pinnacle Advisory Group. / COURTESY RIHA
PROVIDENCE – Evidence for steady, moderate growth and predictions for the changing shape of the hospitality industry were presented at the 14th annual Rhode Island Hospitality Association Economic Outlook Breakfast hosted Thursday at the Providence Biltmore Hotel. Rachel Roginsky, principal of Boston-based Pinnacle Advisory Group, reported the nation experienced a 65.5 percent occupancy rate in…

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