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Economic growth sends sparks throughout Nashville
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Nashvillians see it every day: Our city is on the move. Recently, Omni Hotels & Resorts broke ground on an 800-room, privately financed $250 million convention center hotel. This remarkable structure will be integrated with a newly expanded Country Music Hall of Fame, offering visitors a truly unique experience in Nashville. More

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CMA fans shell out $30 million, shatter spending records
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Recession? What recession? Country music fans opened their wallets like never before at the CMA Music Festival. The 65,000 country music devotees who attended the four-day event spent a record $30 million. Local hotels booked an estimated 110,000 nights in hotel rooms, the most ever. More

Plan for Musicians Hall's new site in Nashville makes progress
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Representatives of Municipal Auditorium and the Musicians Hall of Fame moved closer to a deal to let the hall move into the auditorium's lower level. A day after the talks were nearly scuttled by a last-minute proposal by the auditorium's management, the venue's governing commission agreed to the lease framework that had been negotiated previously. More

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Nashville wins technical sector recruitment battle for IQT, Inc.
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When Mayor Karl Dean sat down to lunch on April 20 with two top executives of IQT Inc., he brought along a famous music magazine to help make his pitch for the company to move here. The publication was Rolling Stone, which had recently written that Nashville has America's best music scene. More

4 Opry Mills anchors to reopen for holidays
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For those wanting to catch an IMAX, do a little Christmas shopping or mix dinner with playtime, a handful of shops at the flood-damaged Opry Mills mall are reopening early, in time for the holiday season. Four anchor businesses — Regal Cinemas Opry Mills Stadium 20 and IMAX, Dave & Buster's, VF Outlet and Sun & Ski Sport — expect to relaunch before the official opening of the mall, planned for March 29. More



As business travel gets costlier, executives say it's worth it
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As airfares and hotel rates continue to rise with the cost of oil and raw materials, it is becoming more expensive for companies to send employees on business trips, but executives say it's worth the bill. Business travelers spent 10 percent more on domestic airfares in the first quarter of 2011 than in the same time period in 2010. More

US Travel Association: Every 35 visitors to US creates 1 job
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The U.S. Travel Association is teaming with several other United States travel, tourism and hospitality organizations to raise awareness about the importance and necessity of U.S. visa reform to improve the economy and create jobs. More
   
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