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137. What Impact Does NFL Have on Hotel Room Revenue?
According to a study by STRs consulting and analytics division, the National Football League in the U.S. has generated an average impact of US$75m on hotel room revenue during the past eight seasons. In 2015, the NFL had a net impact of US$77m on hotel room revenue.
138. Special Yoga Retreat Week at COMO Shambhala Retreat at Parrot Cay in April
Special Yoga Retreat Week at COMO Shambhala Retreat at Parrot Cay in April. American teachers Jessica Bellofatto and Colleen Saidman, directors of Yoga Shanti Yoga Center in Sag Harbor, will be holding their third annual Retreat Week at the COMO Shambhala Retreat at Parrot Cay from 8th to 14th April 2008. Jessica and Colleen have been involved in the deep study of Yoga for over 25
139. Asia Cruise Industry Continues to Grow at Record Pace
Asia has been confirmed as the worlds fastest growing source of cruise passengers, with a new Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) report showing the region experienced an unprecedented 24% increase in passenger numbers last year. According to CLIAs Asia Cruise Trends study, the cruise industry in Asia is growing at a record pace, with 2.08 million people from the region
140. PolyU Study Finds Travel Magazines Critical to Image Projection for DMOs
Destination marketing organisations should pay careful attention to the ways in which Chinese travel magazines portray destination attributes and images according to Professor Cathy Hsu of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a co-author. In a recently published research article they show that these magazines are more likely
141. Boeing Again Increases Production Rate of 737
Boeing Again Increases Production Rate of 737. Boeing is to increase production of its Next-Generation 737s, taking the rate from the planned 34 airplanes per month to 35 in early 2012. In May, Boeing cited continued strong demand for the Next-Generation 737 as reason to ramp-up production from 31.5 to 34 airplanes per month and indicated plans to study further increases.
142. Appetite Grows for Mobile Travel Services
Appetite Grows for Mobile Travel Services . The majority of travellers surveyed had a smart phone (69%), with North American travelers most likely to own one (78%) and APAC travellers least likely (46%). Daily usage is highest for email at 63% with the internet not far behind at 49%. The study also found that nearly half of all travellers (47%) are 40 years old or older, demonstrat
143. CWT Launches Travel Stress Index to Identify Hidden Costs of Business Travel
Latest findings from CWT indicate that traveler-focused policies, taking into account the impact of trip-related stress, could help companies improve traveler wellbeing at the same time as improving corporate productivity by up to 32%. Following on from its study of the main categories of stress triggers for business travelers, CWT has developed an algorithm-based tool, called the
144. HK PolyU Study Finds Education and Social Networking Key for Convention Attendees
Convention attendees value opportunities for education and social networking more highly than features relating to the convention site itself, according to Dr Jinsoo Lee of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a co-author.

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