Posted October 26, 2010

Meeting Planners Rarely Inquire About Bedbugs

Despite the scary truth that bedbugs are invading popular meetings destinations like New York City, a recent survey polling over 50 meeting planners by the Knowland Group found that 82 percent never inquire about bedbug infestations while researching venues, whereas 10 percent will "sometimes" ask and just 8 percent "always" ask.

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Posted April 13, 2010
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Posted July 29, 2009

New York Air Market Continues To Heat Up: American Offering Double Miles

The highly competitive market in New York continues to just get hotter. Today, American launched a new promotion offering New Yorkers double AAdvantage frequent flyer miles for the rest of the year. On all routes, all fares, worldwide.This is clearly a response to a similar offer that Delta made a few weeks ago for which was broader in some respects (you don't have to live in NY) but Read More »
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Posted July 6, 2009

NYC to OTAs: We Want Our Tax on Retail, Not Net

Just before the July 4th Holiday, Mayor Bloomberg signed Resolution 1012 which will, in theory, force the online travel agencies to collect New York City's occupancy tax on the full amount paid by consumers rather than the net amount that actually is remitted to the hotels.The full text with changes underlined tax law is here. Read More »
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