Support Tourism in Washington – Take Action Today Please contact your legislators today! Funding for Substitute House Bill 1123, which establishes a statewide tourism marketing program, needs to be included in
2017 HERO Manual Now Available We’ve made extensive updates to the HERO Manual – everything from completely new sections to revisions of old sections to reflect changes in law and
Bills Supported by Hospitality Remain Alive After Legislative Cut-off March 8 marked the half-way point in the scheduled 105-day legislative session. We successfully advocated for several bills. Legislation that passed
Register today for the first-ever Washington Hospitality Summit, presented by Food Services of America. We’re presenting information on seven hand-picked topics to inform and ignite savvy decision-making for your hospitality
There is a long road to becoming a United States citizen. Before applying for citizenship, immigrants must first obtain permanent residence (green card) status. While getting a green card has a reputation for being a lengthy, daunting process, it is one that is navigable and of great interest to employers who want to access the global talent pool.
You don’t have to look very far in the lodging industry to find stories like Abe Liao’s.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Stephanie McManus, Communications Advocacy Manager, 360-956-7279 Washington Hospitality hiring event has 100+ job opportunities and vetted employees TACOMA, WASH – On April 13, 2017 the