SA Business Journal: San Antonio’s Hotel Conundrum

The San Antonio Business Journal featured an article about the current state of the San Antonio hotel and lodging industry. Using data from Source Strategies, the Business Journal’s W. Scott Bailey points out an area of concern to the city’s market: New data from San Antonio-based consulting firm Source Strategies Inc. indicates that the metro…

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SA Business Journal: San Antonio Playing Catch-up in Texas Hotel Race

The San Antonio Business Journal‘s W. Scott Bailey consulted with Source Strategies founder Bruce Walker to analyze the changes in the San Antonio and Austin hotel markets over the last two years. The article “SA enters 2017 playing catch up with Austin in heated hotel race” starts with some historical context on the Texas hotel…

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Comparing the Austin and San Antonio, Texas Hotel Markets

Two Business Journal articles offer competing perspectives on the difference between two key barometers of Texas Hotel Markets, hotel market performance in San Antonio and Austin. Naturally, both publications site Source Strategies, the leader in Texas hospitality consulting, for their figures. The San Antonio Business Journal notes how the city’s industry is lagging behind Austin…

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Longview-area hotel revenues, occupancy drop in 3rd quarter

Backed by lodging industry intelligence from Source Strategies, The Longview News-Journal reports today that area hotel revenues and occupancy dropped in the third quarter. Author Ken Hedler reports: Longview metro area revenues were down 6.7 percent while occupancy rates fell 8.4 percent in the three months ending Sept. 30, according to the latest Hotel Brand…

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SA Express-News: SA Tourism Had $13.6 Billion Impact in 2015

The San Antonio Express-News featured an article yesterday titled Study: S.A. tourism had $13.6 billion impact in ’15. In the article, EN writer Joshua Fechter discusses the economic impact of the hospitality industry in San Antonio and the city’s transition from a city-run Convention and Visitors Bureau to a public-private nonprofit called Visit San Antonio.…

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