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"The mantra within the hotel industry has been 'let's figure out what we're dealing with.'"
Since the beginning of the year, 85 businesses in the Mid-Hudson region have filed notices with the New York State Department of Labor indicating...
Natasha Caputo, director of the tourism and film office, characterized the county as reaching new heights and demonstrating that “the collective efforts between our tourism partners are paying off.”
Mower is among the largest independent marketing, advertising and PR agencies in the U.S.
The region's jump in bookings and search interest place it among global cities and destinations on the travel website's top places to visit next year.
John Chalykoff, dean of the university’s Jack Welch College of Business, stated, "There is a lot of demand and a variety of opportunities in hospitality, which is why we developed this program."
The county's tourism industry is the third largest in the state, behind New York City and Long Island.
The new WalletHub survey “2018’s Best & Worst States for Summer Road Trips” ranked Connecticut as 49th out of the 50 states.
The Greenwich-based company owns Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla, which employs approximately 550 people on the Caribbean island.
Sacred Heart University’s Jack Welch College of Business (WCOB) will debut an undergraduate degree program focused on hospitality, resort and tourism management in the fall 2018 semester.
Many hotels in Fairfield and Westchester attract corporate guests attending conferences in the region or meetings with companies headquartered here.
Sen. Paul Formica has proposed dedicating 1.5 percent of the hotel occupancy tax to tourism needs.
“This is a great time of year to visit a vineyard, and Connecticut is a great destination for people looking to explore quality, farm wineries,” Malloy said.
Most people may not think of Stamford and Bridgeport as vacation destinations, but the travel site RewardExpert cited the Fairfield County cities as being...
The program’s mission is to work more closely with regional groups to help support Connecticut’s $14 billion tourism industry.