Tourism

A Surge of Competition

By staff writer October 2018 – 2 min. read Over the last five years, several new hotels have been announced in Philadelphia to accommodate the waves of leisure and business travelers visiting our fair city. These are both big-name hotels and smaller boutiques, both of...

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The Economy of Beer in Georgia

July 2018 — In September 2017, Senate Bill 85 went into effect, finally allowing Georgia breweries to sell beer directly to consumers in taprooms. In addition, the bill did away with mandatory tours and allowed the sale of beer to-go and food on-premise. Thanks to the...

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Cultivating Arts and Culture in Miami

Frost Science Museum. Photo by Robin Hill (c). April 2018 — One of the most notable aspects of Miami is its rich culture. Each year, the city welcomes both national and international guests for events such as Art Basel and Miami Music Week to experience firsthand the...

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Conventional Attraction

    January 2018 — In 2017, Atlanta was host to a total of 700 conventions, meetings and events according to the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau. Over the next five years, 107 additional conventions will be held in the Greater Atlanta area, 47 of which have never...

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