Five Years After Katrina, New Orleans Eases Back Into Meetings

Five Years After Katrina, New Orleans Eases Back Into Meetings

Despite troubles in other areas, when it comes to tourism in New Orleans, the numbers tell a hopeful story

Thinking of bringing a meeting to New Orleans? The numbers might help convince you it's time: Almost $93 million in improvements to the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and $250 million to the Louisiana Superdome. More than 300 new restaurants and $400 million in hotel improvements in the past five years. The top city in the country for RevPAR growth from January to May 2010.

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