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Alan Sims

Alan Sims, general manager of the historic Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs: “Within the next 60 days, we’re going to have a major announcement that will talk to the future. It’s really going to be big when you’re talking about $55 million to $60 million.”
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Historic Makeover En Route to Iconic Arlington Hotel

The new owners of the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa have been working on the Hot Springs landmark and say exciting details are upcoming. read more >
Hot Springs boosters hope a change of ownership will finally bring home a much-needed renovation for the Arlington Hotel.
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Arlington Hotel Names Alan Sims General Manager

The Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa of Hot Springs names Alan Sims general manager, succeeding longtime GM Bob Martorana. read more >
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LRCVB Expects $11M Impact As 40K Motorcyclists Little Rock

Little Rock welcomed about 40,000 motorcyclists this week for the 39th Annual National Bikers Roundup at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds. Economic developers expect the event to have an $11 million economic impact on the county. read more >

Little Rock Has Quilting Convention Covered in 2015

The Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock has stolen a national convention away from Columbus, Ohio: The 46th Annual National Quilting Association Quilt Show. read more >

5 Ways to Make Your Outings Memorable

It’s time to move on from the ho-hum company picnic and give your employees an experience they’ll take back to work. read more >

Speaking Of Speakers

Hosting a professional meeting or event requires much more than securing a suitable location and sending out invitations. Effective event planning in today’s highly interactive world is about creating a unique and unforgettable experience for attendees. Planners today are not only tasked with delivering a program that ignites a lasting spark of inspiration in the minds of attendees, they are responsible for keeping that flame burning long after the event date has passed. read more >