All posts in "Summer 2017"
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Feeding the Soil and the Souls of Guests

May 25, 2017

Spend 10 minutes talking to Nathalie Pettus, proprietor of Overlook Farm in Clarksville, Missouri, and you feel like you’re home. She radiates warmth, passion and enthusiasm for the farm that’s been in her family for generations, and for the care she and her staff put into cultivating the land and caring for the guests who […]

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Generational Management Can Help Hoteliers with High Employee Turnover

May 25, 2017

Article by Roger L. Ridenour Hello, Hoteliers! I understand you’ve got a serious problem with employee turnover. Various studies agree that hospitality industry employee turnover is typically twice the national average for all industries. A study by the American Motel and Hotel Association found annual turnover in the hotel industry to be on the high […]

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Dietary Needs and Food Substitutions

May 25, 2017

Article by Chef Martin Avocados are first on my list when it comes to healthy eating choices, and I often use them as substitutions based on my Latino, Hispanic cooking. However, there are many other ways we can get a strong, smart start to a healthy eating lifestyle this summer. A beloved vegetable of Mexican […]

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Offbeat Meeting Venues: Memorable Spaces Can Add ‘Oomph’ to Any Occasion

May 25, 2017

Article by Bill Beggs Jr. When you get right down to it, many meetings and the spaces where they’re held are pretty cut and dried: you set up for your group theater-style, or in any other number of configurations with a screen and AV equipment (whether or not the equipment is provided or has to […]

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The Royal Treatment

May 24, 2017

Article by Tony Carosella You attend a fancy party along with another 500 people from your company. The food for dinner is fantastic, and then you accidentally knock a coffee pot over on the table. The coffee misses your boss, but some of it drips onto the floor. Then it is time for the keynote […]

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Can Meeting Planners be Held Personally Liable in Connection with Meetings and Events?

May 24, 2017

Article By Barbara F. Dunn O’Neal Esq. Throughout my practice, meeting planners have frequently asked whether they could be held personally liable for their work in connection with meetings and events. My typical answer is the one you hate to hear the most from your lawyer: “it depends”. The “it depends” largely relates to the […]

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Organizations & Associations: American Society of Association Executives (ASAE)

May 24, 2017

The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) & the Center for Association Leadership are the premier professional organizations for association professionals. ASAE & the Center offer membership benefits for a wide variety of professionals working with and in associations, including CEOs, industry partners, students and consultants. Today more than 22,000 professionals are linked through this […]

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People Update – Danette Beaver

May 24, 2017

Midas Hospitality, a premier hotel management group, recently appointed Angie Gadesi as General Manager and Danette Beaver as Area Director of Sales for its new Hampton Inn St. Louis Wentzville in Wentzville, Mo. As Area Director of Sales, Beaver will provide total account management and establish strong client relations by providing personalized account service and […]

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People Update – Angie Gadesi

May 24, 2017

Midas Hospitality, a premier hotel management group, recently appointed Angie Gadesi as General Manager and Danette Beaver as Area Director of Sales for its new Hampton Inn St. Louis Wentzville in Wentzville, Mo. As General Manager, Gadesi will oversee all property operations and sales which includes specializing in team building, delivering superior guest service while […]

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