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Despite on-field successes, Orioles attendance continues to fall (access required)

With three playoff berths and the most wins in the American League, the Baltimore Orioles have been one of the most successful teams in baseball over the last five years. But their attendance has moved in the opposite direction and ...

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Conference relocates to Baltimore from Charlotte to protest HB2 (access required)

In response to the North Carolina state legislature’s failure to repeal House Bill 2, a law that limits protections for LGBT people in the state, a professional organization for business historians is moving its 2018 annual meeting from Charlotte to ...

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Hotel occupancy numbers promising for Baltimore tourism (access required)

With hotel occupancy up 4 percent in September over last year, officials are optimistic that the city’s tourism industry is improving. Baltimore’s tourism industry took a hit after the riots following Freddie Gray’s death in April 2015. Officials reported a ...

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Visit Baltimore names new president and CEO (access required)

The city’s tourism marketing arm, Visit Baltimore, has named Al Hutchinson its new president & CEO. Hutchinson was most recently president & CEO of Visit Mobile. The city saw record visitor attendance, launched a new brand campaign and increased the ...

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Noonan leaving Visit Baltimore, taking job in Austin (access required)

Tom Noonan, president and CEO of Visit Baltimore, the city’s tourism marketing arm, has resigned to take a position as president and CEO of the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau, effective May 6, Visit Baltimore announced Wednesday. The move will ...

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Tourism officials: Baltimore’s perception better nationally (access required)

While Baltimore’s image has improved nationally, the city’s perception within the immediate metro area has yet to rise to pre-Freddie Gray levels, tourism officials said Monday. The National Aquarium, for example, has seen a 7 percent decrease in attendance since ...

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