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Hospitality Heartline

Marriott SInger Island Supports Autism Awareness
In support of Autism Awareness Month, Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa is offering a Blue Break
Applications Available For Hospitality Scholarships From CRDA And Greater Atlantic City Concierge Association
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority's CRDA/ACCVA Foundation and the Greater Atlantic City Concierge Association (GACCA)
Caesars Entertainment Partners With Clark County School District To Beautify Doris Reed Elementary School In Las Vegas
Caesars Entertainment National Meetings and Events team and its clients recently got their hands dirty for a good cause as they worked with Caesars Entertainment's HERO
Sarawak Launches The First Soulful Orang-Utan Appeal Project
The Sarawak Convention Bureau (SCB) recently launched its "Soulful Orang-utan Appeal Project" at IMEX America
CHTA Education Foundation Provides Grants For Two St. Croix Culinary Students; Leads To Job At Facebook
Two St. Croix culinary students - Denika Boyd and Aaron Tutein - have landed jobs at the corporate campus of Facebook following interships at the online social networking company.
AAHOA Supports Healthy Living With Donation To The American Heart Association
The Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA), the voice of owners in the hospitality industry and a supporter of healthy living
Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina Partners With "Pack For A Purpose" To Support Local BVI Autism Centre
Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina - the newest luxury private-island resort in the British Virgin Islands - has partnered with Pack for a Purpose
Fiji Airways Co-Sponsors "Travel2 Cares" Initiative
2,500+ School Supplies Delivered to Fiji
Frisco Roughriders And Carnival Cruise Lines Host 'Kids Day' Event For Local Youth
500 Underserved Children Experience Unforgettable Day Of Fun
Visit Seattle's Annual Holiday Breakfast A Success
Washington state hotels, restaurants, attractions and other travel and hospitality colleagues came together to raise more than $4,000 for the Northwest Parkinson's Foundation