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Little Rock A&P Recommends $5M in DoubleTree Renovations

by Arkansas Business Staff 12/18/2014 4:09 pm

The Little Rock advertising and promotion commission on Thursday recommended $5 million in renovations for the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown Little Rock.

Photos: Inside the Ongoing Renovation of Robinson Center

by Lee Hogan 12/12/2014 7:30 am

If the massive crane didn't give it away, one trip inside the historic Robinson Center Music Hall leaves no doubt: There's a renovation happening.

Robinson Center Upgrade Budgeted at $68.6 Million, On Track for 2016

by Luke Jones 9/24/2013 2:14 pm

Details of the proposed renovation and additions to Little Rock's Robinson Center Auditorium were revealed Tuesday at a luncheon hosted at the center. Includes a slideshow of project plans and a video detailing the structure's new design.

Little Rock Eyes International Boost As Peabody Changes to Marriott

by Chuck Bartels, The Associated Press 5/1/2013 11:15 am

Downtown Little Rock is losing its ducks, but it's gaining some international recognition with the changeover of the Peabody hotel to a full-service Marriott.

Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau to Rebrand

by Luke Jones 4/19/2013 4:54 pm

The Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau has announced that it will undergo comprehensive rebranding.

Marriott Brand to Replace Peabody in Little Rock

by George Waldon and Kate Knable 12/19/2012 10:23 am

Preliminary paperwork approved Tuesday paves the way for Marriott to replace Peabody on the downtown Little Rock skyline.

LRCVB Announces 4 Architectural, Design Finalists for Robinson Center Renovation

by Lance Turner 11/19/2012 11:01 am

The Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau announces four architectural and design team finalists for renovation and expansion of Robinson Center and Robinson Center Music Hall in Little Rock.

Technology Helps Meetings Survive Budget Bumps

by Cara Gieringer 10/15/2012 12:00 am

The majority of the state’s tourism, dining and entertainment businesses have become proponents of the hyperactive social world in which we now live, employing innovative marketing strategies that not only make information dissemination convenient for customers and industry partners alike — they also make it fun.