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The California Hotel & Lodging Association’s Women in Lodging(WIL) chapter fuels the mission to promote women's leadership and education within the California lodging industry. Seize the opportunity to connect with other industry professionals and gain career momentum through invigorative networking and planned educational session, Travel Safety for Women - Host and Guest.
U.S. Travel Association’s IPW is the travel industry's premier international marketplace and the largest generator of travel to the U.S. - it is NOT a typical trade show. In just three days of intensive pre-scheduled business appointments, more than 1,000 U.S. travel organizations from every region of the USA (representing all industry category components), and close to 1,200 international and domestic buyers from more than 70 countries, conduct business negotiations that result in the generation of more than $3.5 billion in future Visit USA travel. At IPW, buyers and sellers are able to conduct business that would otherwise be generated only through an exhaustive...
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Members converge for two fast paced days of committee meetings, seminars, and networking. AH&LA recognizes notable industry professionals and properties with the annual Stars of the Industry Awards.
Avid golfers are invited to attend this annual event, raising vital funds for industry research and scholarship initiatives benefiting the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation.
Held in conjuntion with the industry's premier tradeshow that draws 20,000 attendees and offers over 20 educational seminars on timely industry topics, the Fall Conference features a gala honoring the AH&LA incoming chair, HotelPAC reception, committee meetings, and much more.
CH&LA’s national affiliate, the American Hotel & Lodging Association created the Stars of the Industry awards program more than 40 years ago to recognize outstanding accomplishments in the lodging industry. Today, the concept remains the same — to honor lodging employees and properties that best symbolize the quality service of the industry.