Asa Hutchinson, governor, Arkansas, signed Arkansas Act 650 of 2019 making Arkansas the second state to make it legal for people travelling by bicycle through the state to treat stop signs as yields and red lights as stop signs.
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants announced its first property in Montana, an adaptive reuse scheduled to open in Bozeman early in 2020.
The connection between two dynamic regions Western Washington and Central Ohio just got easier, with the launch of Alaska Airlines daily nonstop service between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and John Glenn Columbus International Airport.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) and the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) have announced a partnership with the Las Vegas Metro Chamber that marks the next major step in demonstrating to the world that Vegas means business.
Choice Hotels International signed an agreement with CHECO Purchase Company, a subsidiary of Concord Hospitality, which has newly formed Common Oaks Lodging to develop 27 new WoodSpring Suites hotels.
Moxy Hotels, Marriott International’s experiential hotel brand, is expanding in the Southeastern US with the recent opening of Moxy Chattanooga Downtown and the anticipated openings of Moxy Atlanta Midtown, Moxy Memphis Downtown, Moxy Nashville Vanderbilt at Hillsboro Village, Moxy Nashville Downtown and Moxy Louisville.
Developers and brothers Derek and Greg Stevens have officially unveiled plans for Circa Resort & Casino, a brand-new integrated gaming resort in Downtown Las Vegas, slated to open in December 2020.
Having the Sundance Film Festival approaching which will take place January 24 – 3 February 03, 2019, the home state of Utah is gearing up for a year of big screen anniversaries.
WestJet announced it is expanding choice and connectivity for Calgarians when the airline begins operations between Calgary International Airport (YYC) and Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) in spring 2019.
Susana Martinez, governor, New Mexico, announced that in 2017, the tourism industry generated the largest economic impact in state history for the seventh consecutive year, injecting USD6.6 billion into New Mexico’s economy.