Gaming: Back on Track

Like every facet of the hospitality industry in the post-September 11 era, gaming destinations across the U.S. have worked hard to return to a semblance of normalcy. After the initial flood of meeting cancellations and postponements in September and October, business has picked up and hotel occupancy is on the rise in Las Vegas and other gaming venues, where a sophisticated meeting infrastructure — coupled with excitement and diversion — offer conference attendees an escape from life's all

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