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The Puerto Rico Convention Bureau is actively selling for 2018 meetings and conventions despite the fallout from Hurricane Maria.

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To celebrate the partnership, Air Canada offers sale fares between New York City and Toronto.

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A diverse range of accommodations debuts across five boroughs, reflecting the nation’s most active hotel development pipeline.

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Back to basics: The nature of events is changing and with it the responsibilities of the modern show organizer.

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The groundbreaking ceremony last week for a new hotel adjacent to the Las Cruces Convention Center came about 14 years later than expected.

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Hurricane Irma caused extensive damage. But the main road through the islands is open — and many hotels, restaurants and festivals are back in business, says The New York Times.

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More visitors leads to six new hotels opening their doors in the county during the next year.

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Most trade show organizers declined to talk about security specifics or said they are still evaluating best practices with local authorities, according to a story in Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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The hotel giant announces the new Dolce Resort in Colorado Springs expanding its meetings offerings for planners.

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The seventh IMEX America was the largest ever; a significant factor in this growth was that 58 booths — 20 per cent of returning exhibitors — had booked larger spaces and the show welcomed 64 new booths.

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