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Who Will Be The Next Black CVB President/CEO
This year we are taking another close look at convention & visitors bureaus across the nation in our continuing
Publisher's Message
Over the last few weeks, the headlines have been dominated by reports of racist remarks attributed to LA Clippers'
A Conversation With Ernest Wooden Jr. (Part I)
Ernest (Ernie) Wooden, Jr., a long-time senior hospitality industry executive and Los Angeles-area resident since 1999
San Fransisco Boycott Called Off
San Francisco Leaders from Industry, Labor, Government and Civil Rights Community Launch Initiative on Equity in Tourism and Hospitality Industries
The Key To Effective Marketing Through Social Media
Do you feel overwhelmed by social media? If you answered yes, you're not alone.
Broadening The Spectrum: State Departments Of Tourism
All too often we focus our collective attention on tourism at the local level, primarily the convention and visitor's bureaus
There Isn't A Much Brighter Idea Than Holding Your Next Meeting In The Sun "Sunshine State"
Florida, also known as "The Sunshine State", is located in the south-eastern region of the US. With its iconic Disney and Universal theme parks,
African-American Guide To Meeting, Incentives & Traveling In The West
Americans of the 19 th and early 20 th century looked at the American West as an area of untamed wilderness ripe for adventurous thrill seekers
Publisher's Message
Throughout 2014, we at Black Meetings & Tourism will be celebrating our 20 th year of publishing. Many changes have taken place in the industry during those 20 years, some of it to be applauded, some of it questionable.
20 Unforgettable African-American Heritage Sites/Venues
As Black Meetings & Tourism embarks on its year-long 20 th Anniversary Celebration, we thought it only appropriate to highlight attractions, destinations
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