Just about everywhere you go in Springfield these days, you’ll see “help wanted” posters, a sure sign of economic growth. “That’s a welcome indicator that recovery is underway in the hospitality…Read More
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Legislation that would allow Springfield to ask voters for a lodging tax increase was pre-filed in the Missouri House and Senate. Rep. Craig Fishel filed HB252 and Sen. Lincoln Hough filed SB47…Read More
On Monday, U.S. Senate leadership released their bill, the HEALS Act, for the next round of coronavirus relief, and it included language that would expand eligibility to the Paycheck Protection…Read More
Statistics from May for Springfield's hotels show improvement over April but it's still not pretty. Revenue in May was down 61.2 percent compared to last year. In April, revenue was down 75…Read More
With hotel occupancy at 34 percent May 10-16, the city’s lodging industry continues recovering from the decline in travel that began when stay-home orders were issued around the country. The first 16…Read More