Weekly Industry Update
NEW - Counter-Terrorism Liaison Program

The New Mexico Hospitality Association will be bringing the New Mexico All Source Intelligence Center (NMASIC) to educate and train our members and their staff, in identifying and reporting suspicious actives and behaviors. Which may indicate planning, intent, actual criminal or terrorist activity. You will be provided with a baseline training on how to utilize these tools and engage the NMASIC on this important initiative to protect our homeland.

In January 2018, NMHA hosted a similar workshop focused on situational awareness and active shooter prevention at our TRENDS Conference & Annual Meeting. Because we received such positive responses to the seminar, we wanted to provide another seminar so members and industry professionals can benefit from this important content.

Date: Wednesday, Sept. 26
Time: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Member Pricing: FREE
Non-Member Pricing: $25
2018 Top HAT Nominations Now Open!

We recently made the announcement that nominations for the 2018 Top HAT Awards Gala are NOW OPEN! Be sure to download our awards criteria form BEFORE you begin to save you time! We also have a new award in the Marketing category this year - " Best Social Media Campaign!"

Nominations close Friday, Sept. 14.

Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs is hiring for a variety of roles. Visit the links to the job listings below for details on the job postings and how to apply:

New Mexico True Thirty Sites
The New Mexico Tourism Department recently released a New Mexico travel bucket list for both residents and visitors to complete!

The New Mexico True Thirty Sites features state, national, and historical parks, attractions, points of interest, museums and destinations all across New Mexico.

Check out the New Mexico True Thirty Sites here, and see how many sites you can cross off the bucket list!
Member Benefit: NMHA Advocacy
One of the most valuable benefits of membership with the New Mexico Hospitality Association is our focus on government relations and ongoing advocacy efforts. NMHA strives to facilitate meaningful connections between hospitality and tourism industry representatives and elected officials to affect positive change for our industry.

If you are curious to learn about some of our recent advocacy activities and the entirety of our advocacy efforts , check out our recently refreshed " about " section on our website!

View this document for a closer look at NMHA Advocacy.
Member Benefit: Rocky Mountain Lodging Report
did you know that your membership with the New Mexico Hospitality Association affords you access to a variety of exclusive deals and discounts?

One of those benefits is a 50% discount on annual subscriptions to the Rocky Mountain Lodging Report!

For more information on subscribing to this report at 50% off, download the subscription form.
New resources in the MIC
We have some new resources in the Member Information Center!
  • Complete guide to livestreaming
  • Physical and communication accessibility guidelines for hotels and motels
  • Attracting and retaining millennials in the hotel industry
  • 5 ways to keep your team motivated
  • 39 creative hotel marketing ideas to attract more customers
  • The Instagram Experience
  • Steps to mitigate risk in social media
  • Confronting human trafficking in New Mexico

Login today to access all this and more!
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