Monthly Archives: July 2021

How Do US-Mexico Border Travel Restrictions Affect Businesses?

The mayor of Imperial Beach said border issues “are not a priority for the Biden administration.” IMPERIAL BEACH, Calif .– South Bay city leaders are speaking out after the restriction on non-essential travel at the US-Mexico border was extended until August 21. Travel restrictions were first put in place in …

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Vistadome renews the tourist interest of the coastal belt

Tour operators have started offering packages that include the train ride as the main attraction As with the Araku Valley, the newly introduced Vistadome coaches on the Bengaluru-Mangaluru rail route have already generated tourism interest in the region. Tour operators have started offering rail and road packages that include the …

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The “Downtown is Open” campaign seeks to return to restaurants and events

Elle McMaster works and shops in Columbus. She owns the Copper & Ash Salon on South 3rd and Main Streets, and on Tuesday she was perusing the Pearl Market on East Gay Street, shopping for produce and coffee. McMaster, a resident of Olde Towne East, is optimistic about the future …

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Soldo raises $ 180 million for its professional expense management platform – TechCrunch

Expense management has long been an issue for employees and accounting departments: for many, tracking and analyzing how money is spent on behalf of a business is just too mired in legacy software. ill-equipped to meet more modern demands. Today, a UK startup building solutions to bring the process into …

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GGRAsia – Group of Casino Advisors Launches C3 Gaming Consulting Firm

Group of casino advisors launch C3 Gaming consulting firm Jul 21, 2021 News desk Industry Discussion, Latest News   A number of casino and hospitality industry veterans have come together to form Casino Consultants Consortium, also known as C3 Gaming. A press release issued Monday from Nevada, US, described C3 …

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United States marks new chapter in space travel

Look back at Apollo as Bezos writes space history Lloyd Sowers Reports TAMPA, Florida – On July 20, 1969, man’s first steps on the Moon made us wonder what our next step in space would be. “I think we all thought we would have based on the moon and continue …

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Do you need a checking account to get a credit card?

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that our readers will find useful. We may receive a commission when you click on product links from our affiliate partners. Having a credit card is a great way to have purchasing power and flexibility. However, there are …

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Columbia Missouri Trail Association Recognized for Organized Trail Work and Volunteer Events

The Columbia Missouri Trail Association is a nonprofit company dedicated to creating and maintaining sustainable natural surface trails in the central Missouri region. Mark Twain National Forest Assistant Forestry Supervisor Tony Crump presented an award to members of the Columbia Missouri Trail Association at a ceremony on July 14. The …

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Canadian border changes could boost Florida tourism

TALLAHASSEE – State economists expressed optimism on Tuesday that already rebounding tourism numbers will see a quicker-than-expected boost from international travelers as Canada eases border restrictions linked to COVID -19. While decisions remain from the White House regarding Canadian travelers entering the United States, members of the Florida Economic Estimates …

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