Tuesday November 21, 2017
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Analysis: How to market Las Vegas in the Oct. 1 aftermath
In the aftermath of the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest Festival tragedy, can the travel industry expect visitor volume to decrease...
Vegas rebranding shows difficulty of messaging after tragedy
As volunteers streamed in to donate blood, doctors tended to the wounded and investigators scoured the scene of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Three Canadians are among the 59 killed in Las Vegas shooting
Three Canadians are among the dozens killed in the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas Sunday night.
Airlines issue advisories as Las Vegas reels from deadly shooting
There was chaos at Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino as SWAT teams used explosives to get into the hotel room where the suspect behind the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history was inside.
July ranks as the busiest month in Las Vegas airport history
Aviation officials in Las Vegas say July was McCarran International Airport's busiest month ever.
Taking a bite out of Las Vegas
Vegas Uncork’d — an annual four-day food, wine and spirits festival presented by Bon Appetit, now in its eleventh year — saw some of the world’s top culinary talent showcase their signature dishes.
Mayweather v McGregor: The real punch seems to be the ticket price
It's supposed to be the hottest ticket in sports.
Winners announced for WestJet, WestJet Vacations & LVCVA booking contest
WestJet, WestJet Vacations and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Bureau have announced the two winners of the booking contest that ran on Travelweek.ca in May and June.
Beyond the casinos: 6 new ways to experience Las Vegas
Everyone knows that Las Vegas is the place to go for casinos and shows. But over the years Las Vegas has been adding more family-friendly and group-oriented attractions and adventures.
The battle continues: Las Vegas & Hawaii crack down on Airbnb
Airbnb, which has already been feeling the squeeze in cities like New York, San Francisco and Seattle, are now facing further crackdowns in two additional major tourist destinations: Las Vegas and Hawaii.
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New luxury hotels coming to Grenada – Travel Industry News
Sekou Stroude from the Grenada Tourism Authority breaks down the upcoming hotel openings and new renovations that luxury clients can look forward to booking in the ‘Spice of the Caribbean’.
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Club Med shows off its Cancun Yucatan resort, boosts Canadian business
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NYC & Company launches True York City promo with Air Canada
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