Be sure to think about applying for same-day payday loans

Payday loans online that offer instant approval show that you can obtain this kind of loan without visiting a storefront for a payday lender. Before taking out a cash advance, we suggest customers first look into other loans that are less costly for short-term loans, like a credit card or cash advance …

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TTG – Travel Industry News

June 29, 2022by Will Payne Jet2holidays has appointed two new commercial executives to work with its partner agencies in Scotland, Cumbria, the East Midlands and South Yorkshire. Aileen Rutherford and Ryan Clayton will work with the operator’s partner agencies in Scotland, Cumbria, the East Midlands and South Yorkshire Aileen …

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Floating offers sound baths, musical events in LA parks

It’s a bit like joining a secret society – that is, if secret societies were open to everyone. “Send a cloud emoji to this number,” reads the Instagram bio of Floating, an LA collective presenting sound experiences in natural settings. Soon your phone will be ringing a few times a …

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Tourism in Romania should focus on German and Austrian senior citizens, says tourism representative

The summer vacation season in Romania can only be extended with the help of foreign tourists, especially senior citizens from Germany and Austria, who come all year round, unlike Romanians, who prefer July and August, explain Dragos Anastasiuvice-president of the Alliance for Tourism (APT), an organization bringing together associations involved …

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AXIS Group Benefits launches gap insurance product

AXIS Group Benefits, part of the specialty insurance business of AXIS Capital Holdings, has announced the addition of a new gap insurance product to its suite of business travel, voluntary coverage and additional benefits for employees in several sectors in the United States. The product, HealthGap, is a …

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SWK EDC approves budget for fiscal year 2022-2023

Voters for the Southwest Kentucky Economic Development Council unanimously approved an organizational budget of $589,350 for the 2022-23 fiscal year Monday afternoon. This is a modest 2% increase over the prior year, with some nuanced adjustments. Executive Director Carter Hendricks highlighted five “areas of variance” between the last budget and …

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Inside Housing – Insight – Grenfell community group says lobbying events close to fire anniversary ‘were dancing on the graves of our loved ones’

The Aluminum Federation (Alfed), which describes itself as ‘the voice of the UK aluminum industry’, had planned a reception in the House of Lords last Tuesday. The membership body, which counts Kingspan and Arconic among its members, said the £99 event was an opportunity to “raise and discuss issues relating …

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Tourism industry faces shortage of skilled workers – FBC News

The country’s hotels are increasingly losing skilled workers overseas. The Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association says this is one of the industry’s biggest challenges right now. Chief executive Fantasha Lockington said while schemes like the Pacific Labor Scheme generate good remittances for Fiji, it creates a vacuum in the tourism …

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New York nonstop set to return to Chattanooga despite 2-year furlough, officials say

Nonstop flights to cities cut at the start of the pandemic more than two years ago have mostly returned to Chattanooga airport, except to New York. But airport officials said last week Delta Air Lines was continuing to tell them nonstop flights would resume when commercial traffic heads to that …

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Overflown: the impact of reduced airline service to the country of overflight

SWANTON, Ohio- JTwenty years ago, the Eugene F. Krantz Toledo Express Airport here in western Lucas County was abuzz with commuter traffic. Planes coming and going were bigger, fares were more competitive, and there were plenty of options to choose from in this Midwestern port city, located on the western …

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Space tourism could have bigger impact on climate than aviation industry – study

The space tourism industry could have a bigger effect on climate than the aviation industry if left unregulated, according to new research. According to the study, black carbon particles (soot) emitted from rockets are nearly 500 times more effective at trapping heat in the atmosphere than all other soot sources …

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Business Travel Market 2022 – Future Scope, Demands and Projected Industry Growth to 2026 – Instant Interview

Business travel market 2022-2026: Business Travel Market exhibits comprehensive information which is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists during the decade 2016-2026. Based on historical data, the Business Travel Market report provides key segments and their sub-segments, revenue and demand and supply data. Given the technological …

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Meet This Mom: Stephanie Farley :: WRAL.com

By Stephanie Llorente, WRAL contributor Raleigh, North Carolina — It’s no secret that the Triangle is made up of amazing mothers who love their families and make the world go round. I often have the pleasure of interacting with moms from all walks of life because of my role with …

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Events Industry Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The Events industry market research report examines the market in detail over the anticipated period. The research is divided into sections, each of which includes analysis of market trends and changes. Drivers, limitations, opportunities, and barriers, as well as the impact of numerous aspects on …

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LATAM will eliminate single-use plastics by 2023

LATAM has pledged to eliminate single-use plastics from its operations by 2023, the airline announced on Wednesday. The South American airline said the commitment will be achieved through initiatives such as changing materials on board, incorporating more sustainable elements and through the group’s recycling and reuse programs. Since June 1, …

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Ongoing HVAC issues force Kennewick Main Library to curbside

Mid-Columbia Library South Union st. (Google Maps)Mid-Columbia Library South Union st. (Google Maps) Some library patrons and readers noticed the June 1 post. and wondered what was going on. Mid Columbia Library main branch runs curbside According to the Mid Columbia Library system and reports from YakTriNews.com, MCL’s main branch …

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“They just age differently” – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Chase Brexton Health Care, a medical clinic in Baltimore, offers a program that meets the unique needs of older members of the LGBTQ+ community. The ElderPride program provides the particularly vulnerable population with primary health care, dentistry, behavioral health and counseling, support groups, special events, and financial …

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Once again, EDSG reaffirms its commitment to the promotion and development of the tourism sector – Nigerian Observer

…while the commissioner assures the government’s willingness to partner with the communities BENIN CITY – The Edo State Government has again reaffirmed its commitment to promoting and developing the tourism sector to gain local and global recognition. State Commissioner for Arts, Culture, Tourism and Diaspora Affairs, Prince Bamidele Obaitan, made …

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China Airlines to operate A321 neo on Taipei-Tokyo route

China Airlines has announced plans to fly its new A321 neo aircraft on the Taipei-Tokyo Haneda route from July 1. The daily service will depart in the morning and return in the afternoon. The A321 neo is being rolled out across the network, with four additional new aircraft entering service …

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Private equity groups take £1.6bn takeover approach for Euromoney

Private equity groups Astorg and Epiris have approached FTSE 250-listed financial publisher Euromoney Institutional Investor with a proposed £1.6bn takeover. The “possible cash offer” of £14.61 per share is the duo’s fifth approach to taking the company private, with four previous offers of £11.75 to £13.50 per share, Euromoney said …

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Rising prices force tourists to change their travel plans

FROM ACROSS THE UNITED STATES.” ABOUT 17 THOUSAND PEOPLE CAME TO ENJOY THE MUSIC. N EIGHT REPORTER ARIANA JASO IS LIVE IN MONTEREY WITH MO. RE JULIAN.. WHETHER IT’S BAY AREA PEOPLE.. OR OUT OF ATTEST.. ABUT.. THESE HIGH PRICES DEFINITELY MAKE THEM CHANGE HOW THEY SPEND HOLIDAYS.. ACCOMMODATION… AND …

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Rising Gas Prices Cause Rising IRS Mileage Rate

With gasoline prices rising dramatically in 2022, the IRS announced that on July 1, the standard rate for business travel will increase to 62.5 cents per mile. This is an increase of 4 cents from the current rate. The medical or moving rate will also increase by 4 cents to …

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The Mesa Group and EVIT Host a Free Father’s Day Event |

A fun day of family fun is planned in honor of Father’s Day for dads and their kids in a program sponsored by the East Valley Institute of Technology and the Native American Fatherhood and Families Association, based at Mesa. The free event will take place from 10 a.m. to …

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Nature Conservancy and Utah Office of Tourism team up to create Great Salt Lake-centric travel guide

The Utah Office of Tourism and the Nature Conservancy released an informational guide Friday, helping visitors learn about and find activities centered around the Great Salt Lake, as the lake faces growing ecological crises. in the face of drought and overconsumption of water. The new online guide, titled “Great Salt …

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After the moment of private jets in the sun, what happens now?

Clive Chalmers is Vice President, Charter, at private aviation specialist Air Partner Private jets have certainly had their moment in the sun during the pandemic when many regular business and first-class travelers have discovered their benefits, but will companies return to commercial flights now that networks and schedules are moving …

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Regional Design Strategy Manager (Bay Area) – Sunnyvale, CA, US | Works

OFFICE WITHOUT TITLE (OR) Employer: Sunnyvale, California, United StatesLocation: Thu 16 Jun ’22Posted on: Full timeType: About OFFICEUNTITLED: OFFICEUNTITLED (OU) is an energetic young architecture and design firm focused on creative solutions across multiple scales and typologies including commercial, hospitality, residential and mixed-use. Founded in 2013 as R&A and rebranded …

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Dartmouth Group Hosts 2nd Annual Virtual Networking

BEDFORD, MA, June 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Dartmouth Group (TMD), a Association® company and leading provider of residential property management services throughout New England for more than 30 years, recently hosted a virtual vendor speed networking event to benefit the company’s affiliate non-profit organization, Associa Cares, which helps …

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CI ROAD TRIP: Special Olympics Generates Tourism Boom for Twin Cities

NORMAL, Ill. (WMBD) – This summer, WMBD is taking a road trip and introducing viewers to the community. This week, our stop is Normal! This weekend, Special Olympics Illinois (SOILL) will host their annual summer games in the city for the first time since 2019. For two years, the event …

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Church Pension Group will host a webinar for those attending the 80th General Convention of the Episcopal Church – Episcopal News Service

The Church Pension Group (CPG), a financial services organization serving the Episcopal Church, has announced that it will host a virtual roundtable with Bishop Thomas Brown, Chairman of the Board of the Church Pension Fund (Board of the CPF ); Canon Kathryn McCormick, Chair-elect of the CPF Board of Directors; …

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Business travel is back – IndiGo sees 100% rebound in April and May

One of the biggest consequences of the pandemic has been the total decimation of business travel. As businesses around the world grappled with lockdowns and declining revenue, online meetings replaced physical travel. Many predicted that business travel as we knew it would never return. But halfway through 2022, Indian airlines …

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Nancy McGehee Named Robert B. Pamplin Chair in Hospitality and Tourism Management | VTX

Nancy G. McGehee, Professor of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Pamplin College of Commerce at Virginia Tech, was recently named the Robert B. Pamplin Professor of Hospitality and Tourism Management by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors. Established in 2011, the Robert B. Pamplin Chair in Hospitality and Tourism Management …

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Heathrow records busiest month since March 2020

London Heathrow had its busiest month in over two years in May, hitting 79% of May 2019 traffic levels. The UK’s hub airport handled 5.3 million passengers in May – its busiest month since March 2020, when the Covid-19 pandemic first took hold. Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye said the airport …

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Patriot Front members charged with planning riot in Idaho, police say

Placeholder while loading article actions Idaho police arrested 31 people who wore face coverings, white supremacist badges, shields and a “plan of operations” to riot near an LGBTQ Pride event on Saturday afternoon. Police said they were affiliated with the Patriot Front, a white supremacist group whose founder was among …

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Hawaii’s tourism industry is a key advocate for reef-safe sunscreen: Travel Weekly

Hawaii was the first state to ban sunscreens containing oxybenzone and octinoxate. In addition, Maui County has banned all non-mineral sunscreens, and the island of Hawaii is currently considering stricter laws. The harm is that chemical sunscreens wash into the ocean, threatening marine life and contributing to coral bleaching. Members …

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US lifts COVID-19 testing requirement for international travel

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration is lifting its requirement that international travelers test negative for COVID-19 within a day before boarding a flight to the United States, ending one of the last remaining government mandates designed to contain the spread of the coronavirus. The Centers for Disease Control and …

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Kyle Garland wins decathlon bronze at NCAA championships

History links EUGENE, Ore. — Junior Bulldog Kyle Garland scored the second-highest point total of his career to win bronze in the decathlon highlighting day two of the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon on Thursday. Garland, a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, finished in personal bests in …

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Summit of the Americas | Holness calls for greater coordination to protect tourism | New

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is calling for greater coordination between governments and private sector tourism partners across the Americas, to better plan for and manage crises affecting the sector and protect workers. Speaking at the IV CEO Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles, California yesterday, Holness noted that in …

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Switzerland reports financial stability | European Business Travel News

Swiss International Air Lines (Swiss) has returned to financial stability after state-backed financial support and corporate restructuring in 2021, the carrier said Thursday. Part of the Lufthansa Group, Swiss terminated its bank loan facility guaranteed by the Swiss Confederation last month, more than two years ahead of the 2025 end …

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ABQ Group helps organize the first annual national gun buy-back event

New Mexicans for Gun Violence Prevention, along with faith groups and the Bernalillo County District Attorney’s Office, will host Guns to Gardens’ first annual National Redemption Day on Saturday, June 11 at La Mesa Presbyterian Church. Gun owners handing in guns will receive gift cards at places like Target, Walmart …

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Egypt’s Religious Tourism Projects Mask Rising Persecution

06/07/2022 Egypt (International Christian Concern) – On June 1, the Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt commemorated the flight of King Herod’s holy family to their country. Christians generally believe that the holy family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph arrived in Egypt through the city of Rafah in northeastern Egypt, progressing …

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Internova partners with Sustainable Travel International

Internova Travel Group has partnered with the non-profit organization Sustainable Travel International to share its expertise in sustainability education and reporting with its customers. Chairman Gabe Rizzi said Internova, formerly known as Travel Leaders Group, will work with Sustainable Travel International to both reduce its own carbon emissions and help …

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Gun safety groups plan DC ‘week of action’

After mass shootings, gun safety groups plan a week of events here in DC and across the country WASHINGTON — Recent mass shootings across the country have gun safety activists planning protests. Gun safety groups are planning a week of action in Washington, DC, starting Monday. Moms Demand Action, Students …

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Center to Emphasize Ecotourism, Adventures in New Politics – The New Indian Express

Express press service NEW DELHI: Despite vast expanses of natural resources, India ranks quite low in global adventure tourism. However, the Ministry of Tourism believes that the country has great potential to become a global market for adventure activities, sports and ecotourism. As the Ministry of Tourism is holding a …

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Hong Kong: Tiananmen anniversary stops slur in memory of victims

Reacting to the arrests of at least two people and a dozen people taken away in the past two days for trying to commemorate the 33rd anniversary of the Tiananmen crackdown, Amnesty International Deputy Regional Director Hana Young said: “Using false charges of ‘sedition’ and ‘unsanctioned assembly’ to arrest people …

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‘Queen’ Kochi must make the right choices to let tourism sail – The New Indian Express

Express press service KOCHI: Kochi is known as the “tourist gateway” of Kerala. She is also known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea. However, when it comes to cruise tourism, even though Kochi has huge potential, it has proven to be insufficient. At a time when cruise tourism is …

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Business Travel Market Recorded at Robust Growth Rate Industry Size, Share, Development Trends and Forecasts

The analysis and estimations carried out through an extensive document in the Business Travel market helps to get an idea about the product launches, future products, joint ventures, marketing strategy, developments, mergers and charges and their effects on sales, marketing, promotions, revenue, imports, exports and CAGR values. The report helps …

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Akerman’s top policy consultant works from New York to Miami

By Madison Arnold (June 2, 2022, 12:00 p.m. EDT) — A senior policy consultant for Akerman LLP has left New York to pursue his career at Miami’s bustling boutique. Akerman announced that Matthew Aho brought his work in international business to Miami, which the company considers the center of commerce …

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Camden County Pride | Camden County, New Jersey

The Camden County Board of Commissioners joins communities across the county and around the world in recognizing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer/Queer/Queer (LGBTQ+) Pride Month throughout June . June has long been recognized as LGBTQ Pride Month, in honor of the Stonewall Riots, which took place in New York …

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San Diego Tourism and Travel Industry Hosted Busy Memorial Day Weekend – NBC 7 San Diego

Enjoying the cool ocean breezes and white sand beaches of La Jolla, you’ll find the Zedina family, in town vacationing from Las Vegas. “It’s our first big vacation since July 2020,” Latashia Zedina said. Over the past week, many families like the Zedinas have filled the area’s beaches and local …

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Business travelers face higher prices and crowded flights, hotels

Business travel is back. The benefits of being a business traveler are not. After two years of virtual meetings and remote working, “companies are starting to do face-to-face interviews again, and even conferences and conventions are making a comeback,” said Nina Herold, chief executive of TripActions, a travel management company. …

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BROWNIE’S MARINE GROUP, INC MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONS (Form 10-Q)

You should read the following discussion and analysis of our financial condition and results of operations together with our financial statements and related notes appearing in this Quarterly Report. Some of the information contained in this discussion and analysis or set forth elsewhere in this Quarterly Report, including information with …

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Qualification for ICC Men’s T20 WC 2024 begins with lane events in Europe

NNA | Updated: May 31, 2022 10:20 p.m. STI dubai [UAE]May 31 (ANI): The road to the biggest ever ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in 2024 begins in June with the first qualifying events taking place in Europe. These events mark the first step in the qualification process, ultimately culminating …

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Tourist destinations prepare for summer without Russian visitors | Tourism News

Athens, Greece – Major European tourist destinations are set for a summer season largely without Russian visitors amid sanctions related to the war on Ukraine and measures taken by Moscow. Russian President Vladimir Putin has sought to punish countries that have imposed sanctions on his country. On April 4, he …

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BlackRock Asia-Pacific boss convinced brain drain is temporary

The Asia-Pacific head of the world’s largest asset manager, BlackRock, said she was confident an exodus of overseas talent was temporary and the region remained attractive despite border closures, lockdowns repeated events and political tensions. Rachel Lord said that during the coronavirus pandemic there had been “much more stress in …

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Want to end mass shootings? Don’t get distracted by other issues.

After another tragic and banal massacre of schoolchildren in America last week, the monotonous debate about what should be done has begun again. Nearly a quarter century after Columbine, we have yet to implement changes to protect our most vulnerable. The simple truth is that nothing will happen until gun …

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The Maine Tourism Board expects a busy summer season

The Maine Office of Tourism reports that 25% of the more than 10 million people who visited Maine last summer were visiting for the first time. MAINE, USA – Memorial Day weekend usually marks the start of the influx of tourists to the Pine Tree State. This year, the Maine …

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Jacqueline Fernandez gets green light from court to travel overseas for IIFA awards

Actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who is under the radar of the Directorate of Law Enforcement (ED) in connection with her alleged links to con artist Sukesh Chandrashekhar, has been granted court clearance to travel to the United Arab Emirates States (UAE) from May 31 to June 6. Extra …

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Police reports | Mount Airy News

May 18, 2022 Although the composition of the city council will not be officially determined before the general election on November 8, the situation in the primaries this week guarantees that the Board of Commissioners of Mount Airy will welcome at least two new faces – and possibly a third …

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Cultural events can help spur Long Beach’s recovery, so the city will help pay for them • Long Beach Business Journal

Cultural events like parades and food festivals were among many economic-boosting and community-building activities that had to pause during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic — and Long Beach officials hope their return can help bolster the city’s recovery. To that end, officials announced that part of the funding for …

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Australia should ban tourism to Indonesia during foot-and-mouth outbreak, analyst suggests

Australia’s beef industry has been urged to “get its house in order” around timely decisions to sell cattle as foot-and-mouth disease sweeps across the Indonesian archipelago. It has been a month since foot-and-mouth disease was discovered in Indonesia, following an illegal trade in affected cattle, with some local farmers and …

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Demystifying diversity, equity and inclusion

Information and resources that ensure all traveler needs are met don’t just benefit travelers with specific needs. Resources on LGBTQ+ traveler safety for a certain destination are certainly essential for LGBTQ+ travelers themselves, of course, but if a non-LGBTQ+ colleague is with that traveler, it’s also important that they be …

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The Persian Culture Society celebrates and preserves Iranian culture – The Cavalier Daily

As graduates of the class of 2022, they leave behind their own world within the University. One of these worlds is that of the University Persian Culture Society. The student group celebrates Iranian culture, showcasing Iranian arts, music, dance and fashion. PCS provides a community for students with strong ties …

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India tops South Asia Travel & Tourism Development Index, but drops to 54th globally

The Department of Travel and Tourism’s index contains both good and bad information. In the Global Travel and Tourism Index, India ranks 54th. However, in 2019, India was in 46th place. But it’s not that. India continues to top the South Asia travel list. India is slowly recovering from the …

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Does travel supply convert to DE&I?

When Covid-19 crippled business travel, “it got quiet, and when things calm down, other things get stronger,” said Susan Lichtenstein, senior vice president of global travel strategies for Partnership Travel Consulting and founder of the Travel and Meetings Society, an industry working group that looked at diversity issues, among others. …

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Commissioners hold a meeting on May 9

Submitted by Terri Crothers The Adams County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on May 9, 2022 at the Government Center with the following members in attendance: Barbara Moore, Diane Ward and Ty Pell. The meeting was opened by President Moore and opened with prayer and the Pledge …

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Expert: Monkeypox likely spread through sex at 2 raves in Europe

LONDON — A top adviser to the World Health Organization has described the unprecedented outbreak of monkeypox in developed countries as “a random event” that could be explained by sexual behavior at two recent raves in Europe . Dr David Heymann, who previously headed the WHO’s emergency department, told The …

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The Hot Sale for tourism arrives without Pre-Travel and without foreign quotas

the Big sales comes with bad news for the sector tourism, which is usually a driving force behind one of the most important events in e-commerce. the Pre-trip 3 would launch than the first days of June, to which is added that the Government not noted the installment payment restriction …

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American Express Singapore Airlines Corporate Credit Card Guide

For many entrepreneurs, separating personal and business expenses is an important aspect of starting your own business that isn’t often discussed. However, it will make bookkeeping and paying taxes easier, especially as your business grows. While there are a few options for business bank accounts that cater to small businesses …

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Changi Airport Terminal 2 to reopen in phases from May 29 after 2 years of closure

SINGAPORE – Terminal 2 at Changi Airport will reopen in phases from May 29 to accommodate increased passenger traffic in the coming months, the Changi Airport Group (CAG) announced on Sunday (May 22). The terminal has been closed for upgrades since May 2020. The suspension of operations at Terminal 2 …

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Buffalo shooting highlights threat of online extremism amid pandemic

In the early months of the pandemic, security experts sounded the alarm over the possible escalation of online radicalization and terrorist violence as people isolated themselves and spent more time on social media. . An internal Department of Homeland Security memo in early 2020 warned that the new pandemic way …

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Chile to reopen Easter Island to tourism for the first time since the pandemic | Travel

Easter Island, a popular tourist destination in the Pacific Ocean, will reopen to the world on August 1, after more than two years of closure due to the pandemic, the Chilean government announced on Friday. The island, located 3,500 kilometers west of the Chilean coast, is world famous for its …

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United plans first nonstop service between Washington and Cape Town – Business Traveler

United Airlines has filed an application with the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to launch new nonstop service between Washington DC and Cape Town. The proposed route would operate three times a week from November 17, 2022, using B787-9 aircraft, and would be the first scheduled non-stop service between the …

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North Boston Area Receives Tourism Grant |

BOSTON Several North Boston communities and attractions are receiving a $4 million state grant to promote travel and tourism. the subsidies of the Travel and Tourism Recovery program will be distributed to 80 communities to help foot the bill for local marketing campaigns and tourism recovery programs aimed at attracting …

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Save money for your business and your home with Sam’s Club

Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you will find interesting and useful. If you buy them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our business partners. Entrepreneurs constantly manage operating and overhead costs, trying to reduce them wherever …

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The real-time impact of microaggressions

While many leaders have stepped up efforts to make their organizations fair to members of marginalized groups, evidence shows that black employees continue to be disrespected in the workplace. Since black professionals face a hardship in dealing with racialized comments, organizations must take responsibility for preventing microaggressions and relieving their …

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Croatian luxury tourism is becoming increasingly popular

May 17, 2022 – Croatian luxury tourism is becoming more and more popular with visitors from all over the world due of course to the beautiful Croatian coastline, but also due to another important factor. Like Poslovny Dnevnik writes, agents in Eastern Europe now see the rich, untouched nature and …

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Virginia restaurant and travel association appoint new vice president

Brittany Wojdyla promoted Published May 16, 2022 by Courtney Mabeus Brittany Wojdyla The Richmond-based Virginia Restaurant Lodging & Travel Association has promoted Brittany Wojdyla to vice president of memberships and business development, the organization announced Thursday. In her new role, Wojdyla will be responsible for leading the association’s statewide membership …

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Biden balances crime-fighting and reform agendas in message to police

WASHINGTON, May 15 (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden said on Sunday that police must ensure both effective crime deterrence and equal justice in a message that balanced two heavy political priorities as his law enforcement reforms order were at a standstill. Speaking at a memorial service at the United …

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Awards show tourism in Devon is booming

Devon tourism businesses are enjoying a further celebration with the announcement of two special awards. The winners of the Devon Tourism Awards 2021/22 enjoyed an extra celebration at Quince Honey Farm on May 11 with the announcement of two special prizes. The event was a welcome opportunity for winners, leaders …

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China tightens foreign travel restrictions amid Covid battle

Travelers walk through a terminal at Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing on March 23, 2022. (Photo Reuters) HONG KONG: China has said it will impose strict restrictions on ‘non-essential’ overseas travel for its citizens to help contain the country’s worst coronavirus outbreak in the past two years . Immigration …

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The cost of hosting a football match in Ireland

Organizers of the Ireland football season opener between Nebraska and the North West have a detailed to-do list covering everything from providing dumbbells, to plastering pubs with marketing material, and s ensure there is enough steak sauce and other condiments to last a week. It’s all part of the cost …

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Facebook, Twitter slow down hiring: will others follow?

After years of rapid job creation, some of America’s fastest growing companies have signaled in recent weeks that they plan to take a more cautious approach to recruiting new workers. The shift in these tech giants raises questions about the direction of the broader US labor market and comes during …

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City Budget Increases Arts Funding | News

The 2022-2023 budget that Owensboro city commissioners are likely to approve next week includes significant funding for arts organizations in the area, such as the RiverPark Center, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of science and history, and funds to pay for utilities at the Bluegrass Music Hall …

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Florida has seen record number of tourists so far this year | Florida News | Tampa

Click to enlarge Florida drew record tourist numbers in the first three months of 2022, surpassing totals from similar quarters before the COVID-19 pandemic rocked the hospitality and leisure industry. Visit Florida, the state’s tourism marketing agency, released information on Friday showing that 35.982 million people visited the state between …

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Delta One Clubs Coming to JFK and LAX : Business Traveler USA

The lounges, exclusively for Delta One Business Class customers, will open in 2023 in New York, followed by the LA facility in 2024 Delta Air Lines is planning two new Delta One Club lounges for New York John F. Kennedy International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport. The facilities are …

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WFU student and faculty groups help support local refugees

While the People Abroad at Wake Forest’s Flow House in Vienna, Austria helped Ukrainian refugees seeking refuge far from their home country, students, faculty and staff at the university’s Reynolda campus made even for the refugees in Winston-Salem. The Student Association for the Advancement of Refugees (SAFAR) works closely with …

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FG reiterates its commitment to ending medical tourism

The federal government has said it is setting up affordable, world-class healthcare facilities to end medical tourism and the brain drain in the country. Information and Culture Minister Alhaji Lai Mohammed said Nigeria would soon end the more than 500 billion naira spent annually on medical tourism. The Minister said …

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Group’s rapid recovery boosts Hyatt’s first quarter

Citing the group’s return to operations at a pace that “was significantly above our expectations,” Hyatt Hotels Corp. reported a first-quarter performance on Tuesday that, like its competitors, started slowly but accelerated due to strong leisure demand and business growth. travel reservations. Group bookings, however, were “where we saw the …

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Franco Manca will open in Canterbury today as Taco Bell, Flock, Tortilla and other restaurant chains try to get started

A slew of new restaurants are set to open in Canterbury over the coming weeks and months, including one launching today. Pizzas, steaks and Mexican menus are among those that will expand the city’s offer. Franco Manca is due to open today. Photo: Franco Manca (56548496) Two of the new …

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Events at Dover NH Library, Music Hall, NH Theater Project, NHTP

Addiction and Recovery Conference at Dover Library DOVER – All are invited to attend the next New Hampshire Humanities program at the Dover Public Library, in person or virtually on Monday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m. The program is titled “Hooked: Narratives of Addiction, Recovery and Redemption” which will be …

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Informa Markets in India Set to Host South Asia Travel & Tourism Exchange 2022

India’s B2B expo organizer Informa Markets will host SATTE 2022, the South Asia travel trade show, from May 18-20 at India Expo Mart, Greater Noida, Delhi-NCR. The 29th edition of SATTE aims to provide stakeholders with a business opportunity to do business with more than 36,000 professional buyers and visitors …

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Arab travel market set to open May 9 in Dubai

Tourism professionals from around the world will return to Dubai next week when the Arabian Travel Market, the Middle East’s premier travel industry event, returns to the Dubai World Trade Center on May 9, 2022. The event will welcome more than 20,000 visitors and more than 1,500 exhibiting companies during …

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Latrobe Group Winery Gathering Combines Women’s Empowerment and Community Philanthropy

A Latrobe-based women’s group is on a mission to support other local women and organizations that benefit women and children. Since its inception in 2019, SHE – which stands for Sophisticated, Humble, Empowered – has raised funds and donated materials to a shelter for victims of sexual assault and domestic …

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Tourism in High Point experiences a strong rebound | Letters to the Editor

Every year in early May, our Visit High Point team asks our mayor to take notice of the mandatory proclamation calling for National Travel and Tourism Week this time. This year we want to officially thank our municipal leaders as this year’s theme is #Future of Travel. Your leadership and …

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The multiple advantages of car clubs as a must for business trips

Date: May 06, 2022 Ensuring employee mobility has never been more complex. On the demand side, companies face an ever-changing array of travel demands from a hybrid workforce eager to travel for business. At the same time, companies are planning their net zero travel strategy and realizing how little they …

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Are Americans getting ready to rein in spending? – RetailWire

May 05, 2022 American consumers, for the most part, continued to spend according to established habits despite rising prices for everyday basics driven by inflation. That, however, may be changing – research from a variety of sources shows that many people need to adjust their spending to stretch their available …

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As tourism increases, free city shuttles ease parking problems

Posted May 4, 2022, 6:46 a.m. Sarah Edwards Cronkite News Tourists seeking socially distanced outdoor activities have flocked to Sedona during the pandemic, adding to traffic congestion, noise and air pollution in the red rock country. In response, the city accelerated plans to sustainably move people from one Instagramable moment …

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Lufthansa launches flexible working initiative – Business Traveler

Lufthansa has launched a flexible working initiative for customers looking for workspace while travelling. Developed by the Lufthansa Innovation Hub, “Lufthansa Global Spaces” allows travelers to book hot desks, private offices or meeting rooms in the cities of Berlin, Munich, Barcelona, ​​Singapore and New York. The reservations and reservations site …

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The Council announces the events of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Gedling City Council has confirmed it will join the nation in celebrating Her Majesty The Queen’s historic 70-year reign, by hosting a weekend of events in Gedling as part of the UK’s four public holidays. United from June 2 to 5. Celebrations will include the lighting of a lighthouse, public …

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Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser: Tourism in Louisiana is making a comeback

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser said tourism is back in Louisiana after the COVID-19 pandemic as he celebrates “record crowds” at the state’s latest festivals. “Tourism is making a strong comeback in Louisiana, and our travel industry is poised to make significant progress following the challenges …

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May 2022 Events at Fall River Heritage State Park

FALL RIVER — From talks and gallery exhibits to hands-on workshops and swing dancing, Heritage State Park has something for every member of the family this spring. Here are the featured programs for the month of May: South Coast Spring Arts Week: Exhibits and Programs Ongoing exhibitions from 9 a.m. …

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COVID-19 in decline, but Illinois hospitality industry still struggling | Illinois

(The Center Square) — Illinois’ hospitality industry is experiencing one of the slowest recoveries in the nation, but industry experts say the lingering effects of COVID-19 aren’t the only problem. With 19,000 workers still laid off, according to Michael Jacobson, president and CEO of the Illinois Hotel & Lodging Association, …

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How to Celebrate Mexican Day in Phoenix

Lee in spanish After a two-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several events are returning to the Valley to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo commemorates Mexico’s 1862 victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War. At 9 a.m. on May 5, 1862, …

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Is your city or destination ready for sustainable tourism? JLL and the WTTC have made a list

Is your city or destination ready for sustainable tourism? JLL and the WTTC have compiled a list – Source: hertelier.com Is your city or destination ready for sustainable tourism? JLL in the same way WTTC released a new report last week, ‘Destination 2030: preparing the world’s cities for the growth …

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Premier Inn sees bookings surpass pre-Covid levels

Premier Inn owner Whitbread returned to profit after being boosted by a strong recovery and “improving” business travel demand in the UK. The parent company of the European budget hotel chain, which operates more than 800 properties in the UK and Germany, said it made a pre-tax profit of £58.2million …

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