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Hospitality Headlines
March 6, 2009
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Employability Tips During Recessionary Times
from Hospitality Net
There is considerable coverage globally about the pressures that the global recession is placing upon (hospitality) organizations generally, but what is the impact of this downturn specifically upon the hospitality job seeker at this moment in time? More




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Investment in the Hotel Industry Remains Profitable
from PR-Inside.com
In the midst of the global economic crisis, the latest news from the hotel industry is refreshingly positive. Property investors in the hotel sector will be heartened to hear that Ernst & Young LLP - the US arm of Ernst & Young Global - recently released a report about trends in the global hotel industry which found the industry is remaining profitable in the face of recession. More

Hotel CEOs Bite Back at Anti-travel Talk
from Reuters
Political outrage over the use of public money on corporate perks is scaring many companies away from legitimate travel spending and could -- if unchecked -- cost thousands of jobs in the U.S. hospitality industry, according to hotel, casino and airline leaders. More

Projecting the Future for Hotels
from Hotel News Now
It has been amazing to John Ross how the hotel industry only seems to look back to try to project the future. He says, “The past has almost nothing to do with where the industry is going.” At the Americas Lodging Investment Summit 2008, he and John Arabia talked about whether revenue per available room for all of ’08 would be negative 1 percent or flat. It was astonishing to them that anyone could think RevPAR would be materially positive. More




Change to Daylight Savings Time and Effect on Sale of Alcoholic Beverages


Under New York State Law, Daylight Savings Time will be in effect in New York State at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 8, 2009.

The legal hours for the sale of alcoholic beverages will be determined under Daylight Savings Time. Thus, for the purpose of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, the time will be moved forward one hour at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 8, 2009. In as much as the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law prohibits the sale of liquor for consumption on the premises between 4 a.m. and 12 noon on Sunday, the change in time will result in a loss of one hour during which liquor may be sold on that date.

Where any local alcoholic beverage control board has adopted any rule further restricting the hours of sale for alcoholic beverages, such restricted hours shall be the hours during which the sale of alcoholic beverages at retail for on-premises consumption shall be permitted within the jurisdiction of such board.




NYSH&TA Upcoming Events

March 10, 2009
2009 Tourism Showcase
The Hart Lounge in the Egg, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY

March 12, 2009
Parks & Attractions Council Strategic Planning & Collaboration Seminar
Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel, Syracuse, NY

April 26 -28, 2009
2009 Conference & Expo
Saratoga Hilton & The Saratoga City Center, Saratoga Springs, NY


Complete schedule of events






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