National Coalition of Black Meeting Professionals Hosts Industry Conversation on the Topic of How American Cities Can Rebound After Racial Tension
Leading Organization in the Hospitality Industry Features Tourism Executives From Minneapolis, Louisville, and Atlanta in Webinar Event on June 9, 2021
"The National Coalition of Black Meeting Professionals is committed to bringing relevant conversations to the national forefront that seek to make the hospitality industry and this nation its best self," states Marlinda A. Henry, Chairwoman of NCBMP.
From Minneapolis, Minnesota with the George Floyd tragedy to Louisville, Kentucky with the Breonna Taylor misfortune, many cities across the United States have been thrust onto a national stage, not by their choosing. Yet, according to DestinationAnalysts.com, an estimated 77% of Americans will be taking leisure trips in the next three months. The Associated Press recently reported that business travel is expected to return to 70% by the end of the year. Will cities that have had highly publicized racial and civil unrest experience these same levels of growth in tourism? "Can Cities Rebound From Racial Tension?" will work to answer this question and will feature the following speakers:
To learn more information about the "Can Cities Rebound From Racial Tension?" webinar and to register for the event, visit http://www.ncbmp.com/
The National Coalition of Black Meeting Professionals (NCBMP), founded in 1983, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the training needs of Black hospitality professionals, and more, that support Black meetings and events. Since its founding, NCBMP has made a significant impact in the hospitality community by advocating for equity and helping members maximize their return on investment.