AHLA

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AcronymDefinition
AHLAAmerican Health Lawyers Association
AHLAAmerican Hair Loss Association
AHLAAmerican Hotel and Lodging Association
AHLAAmerican Hunting Lease Association
AHLAAlberta Hotel and Lodging Association (Canada)
AHLAArizona Hotel and Lodging Association (also seen as AzHLA)
AHLAArts and Humanities Literature and the Arts (courses)
AHLAAmerican Hometown Leadership Awards
AHLAAreas of High Landscape Amenity (Ireland)
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"We are trying to showcase and bust the myth that Airbnb supports Mom and Pop and helps them make extra money," Troy Flanagan, of the American Hotel and Lodging Association told The New York Times .
American Hotel and Lodging Association is a non-profit US-based national association of hotel property owners, hotel companies and others associated with the lodging industry.
Lodging Econometrics Announces the Inaugural Issue of LE's Global Construction Pipeline and Three-Year Forecast for New Hotel OpeningsLodging Econometrics (LE), the Global Authority for Hotel Real Estate, announced that it will introduce its inaugural issue of the Global Construction Pipeline Report at the annual meeting of the American Hotel and Lodging Association to be held at the Jacob K.
He is a member of the American Society of Real Estate Counselors, American Hotel and Lodging Association and the Appraisal Institute.
Also represented were the National Association of State Fire Marshals, (NASFM), Underwriters' Laboratories (UL), and the American Hotel and Lodging Association. The unanimous consensus of the group was that it favored a federal performance standard for upholstered furniture flammability.
Hotel employees James Valona and Graham Adams were awarded Outstanding Manager of The Year and Outstanding Lodging Employee of The Year by the American Hotel and Lodging Association, respectively.
Nelson directs the Blue Ribbon Task Force of the American Hotel and Lodging Association's Commission and serves on the Travel Business Roundtable, a national coalition of 70 CEOs representing all sectors of the hospitality and tourism industry.
Officials from the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) met with lawmakers in Washington last week.
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