Is Your Hotel a Safe Place?

Meeting planners have more than enough to do without trying to become hotel security experts. Even if they learn the right questions to ask hotel reps, they have no way to verify that the information they are given is correct and up-to-date.

That's why Wilmington, Del.-based SafePlace Corp., which for 10 years has provided safety and security accreditation to academic institutions, health-care facilities, assisted-living communities, and other commercial buildings, now includes lodgin

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