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Global Design Firm Continues Steady Talent Growth

Designers, Architects, and brand new skillsets join PGAV Destinations Team PGAV Destinations, the global leader in the planning and design of unique destinations, today announced the hiring of six new team members, continuing a 10% year-over-year growth for the last seven years. “The global destination market continues to evolve and innovate as attraction types merge… Continue reading.

Ruby Falls to Receive Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award

Newly Expanded Lookout Mountain Attraction Receives Top State Award for Building Green The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation and Tennessee Governor Bill Lee will honor Ruby Falls on Thursday, August 1 in Franklin, TN with a Governor’s Environmental Steward Award (GESA). The Chattanooga, TN natural attraction will receive the distinguished GESA Building Green accolade… Continue reading.

Hotel Colorado Creek Now Open at PortAventura World

4-star hotel expands capacity in immersive setting at one of Europe’s most popular resorts   To mark the ten-year anniversary of Salou, Spain’s Hotel Gold River at PortAventura, Hotel Colorado Creek is now open. Designed by St. Louis-based PGAV Destinations, the new, four-star hotel is the first zero-emissions property at PortAventura, boasting 150 Deluxe Colorado… Continue reading.

Latest PGAV Report ‘Welcome!’ Showcases International Perceptions of American Attractions

Attraction Design Firm PGAV Destinations and research firm H2R Market Research Publishes Insights on International Visitors   In the first ever report of its kind, Welcome! 2019 Profile of International Visitors to America, reveals how travelers from Canada, Mexico, China, the United Kingdom, and Mexico plan their trips to America, where they want to visit… Continue reading.

Americans Reducing Travel, Turning Point in Demographic Shift

Attraction Design Firm PGAV Destinations and Research Firm H2R Market Research Publish Insights on Americans   Americans are traveling less frequently and are returning to attractions less and less – often in search of something new and welcoming. The results of PGAV’s fourth-annual Voice of the Visitor: Outlook on the Attractions Industry, which tracks Americans’… Continue reading.