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Hotel & Lodging Association

644 West Iris Drive

Nashville, Tennessee 37204

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

GNOHLA

Executive Director

Greater New Orleans Hotel & Lodging Association

City Attorney and Deputy City Attorney

City of New Orleans

Affiliations

Board Member
The New Orleans Regional Leadership Institute

Education

Loyola University School of Law

Web References (169 Total References)


GNOHLA Officers | GNOHLA

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Mavis Early, Executive Director

Greater New Orleans Hotel & Lodging Association 2020 St. Charles Avenue Fifth Floor New Orleans, LA 70130 504-525-2264


Board Members - New Orleans Regional Leadership Institute - NORLI

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Mavis Early, GNO Hotel & Lodging Association


President’s Report, June 9, 2014 | French Quarter Citizens

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Mavis Early, Executive Director of The Greater New Orleans Hotel and Lodging Association and Mark Romig, President & CEO of the New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation might also offer some assistance since this affects their "bottom line".

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In attendance were: Brian, Rob White (joined from FQMD Enforcement Committee), Susan Guillot, Carol Gniady, FMIA Publicity person, Mavis Early, GNOHLA, and CoCo Garrett.


Increasing the hotel tax by as ...

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Increasing the hotel tax by as much as 1.75 percent could hurt the tourism industry, said Mavis Early, executive director of the Greater New Orleans Hotel and Lodging Association.

If the tax goes through, New Orleans would have the second highest hotel tax in the nation, behind New York City, she said.
"We think that could be a deterrent," said Early.


Ballots for that vote have been ...

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Ballots for that vote have been sent out to hotels and are due back by Feb. 21, said Mavis Early, executive director of the Hotel and Lodging Association.

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