SERVING THE COMMON INTERESTS OF LODGING OWNER/OPERATORS SINCE 1946
April 8, 2021
Economic Recovery Task Force
Video-Conference Call
Friday, April 9, 2021 at 1pm


"Legislative Update- Legislation that Impacts
the Lodging Industry and Businesses"
Presented by Mike Belote of California Advocates

Attend anonymously, with audio only
or audio and video

For access information, email info@clia.org

CLIA Dollars for Scholars Online Auction Scholarship Fundraiser Closes with Record-breaking Donations

Once again the CLIA community steps up to the plate to provide worthy hospitality students with much needed financial support with a highly successful online auction scholarship fundraiser. Collecting a record-breaking $50,000+ for auction items on CLIA Dollars for Scholars, the CLIA Board recognizes that the need for assistance for budding young hospitality professionals still exceeds our funds.

To continue our fundraising efforts, we are happy to announce our First Ever Fall Auction, September 7, 2021 to September 19, 2021. If you missed the opportunity to donate cash or an item, or to bid on any of the 200 travel items, you will have another chance!

Mark Your Calendar!

First Ever Fall Auction
 September 7, 2021 - September 19, 2021

Contact: Chris Middleton, cmiddleton@clia.org, 925.478.0929
Dear Industry Partners,

California will soon be open for business.

Gov. Newsom today projected that California business restrictions from the coronavirus pandemic will end on June 15, two months after all California adults become eligible to receive a vaccination.

State health officials expect the current downward trend in hospitalizations and upward trend in vaccinations will continue in the intervening weeks to trigger the re-opening date, but reserve the right to extend it should the situation unexpectedly worsen. In effect, the tiered, county-by-county system of business restrictions will go away on June 15.

This is fantastic news for California and California’s tourism industry.
  • Capacity limits at restaurants, bars, indoor museums, ballparks, theme parks and concert venues will end, offering visitors the full gamut of attractions in our gateways and rural destinations.
  • Conventions also will be allowed, but until Oct. 1 those with 5,000 or more participants will be open only to attendees with proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test. International convention attendees will be allowed only if fully vaccinated.
  • Otherwise, the state has no plans to require proof of vaccination for other activities, but could impose testing or vaccination rules at "large-scale higher-risk events."
  • California will continue to emphasize safety, however, and the requirement to wear face coverings in public indoor spaces and in crowded outdoor situations will remain in place indefinitely.
It remains unclear when California’s cautionary travel advisory will be fully lifted, but the state intends to adhere to the CDC’s guidance greenlighting travel for vaccinated Americans.
California’s travel industry has endured economic hardship for the past 12-plus months, but has also displayed the kind of uncommon resilience we’ve come to expect.

Be well,
Caroline Beteta
President & CEO
Visit California
Survey: Two-thirds of Americans planning
to travel in 2021

A new survey commissioned by Motel 6 examines Americans’ 2021 travel plans and how they are leveraging social media inspirations.

The survey, which polled 2,000 U.S. adults, found that one in four (24 percent) respondents have been scrolling for travel inspiration this past year as an outlet for their pent-up desire to travel. More than half of these social media scrollers (57 percent) said their next trip is inspired by something they saw while scrolling.

Are Hotels Prepared for the Return of Meetings & Conferences?
By HotStats, hotel-onlline.com

Meetings and conferences generate big business for hotels. The pandemic made a big mess of that. On the rebound, hoteliers are eager to see that demand segment return.
The arrival of COVID-19 vaccines—coupled with a societal eagerness to get out of the house...

Steps to Take for Safely Returning Employees to the Workplace

What COVID-19 safety measures do employers need to have in place before employees return to the workplace from remote work?

Employers who are bringing their employees back to the workplace have several steps and considerations to make.


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