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Occupancy was up in Wisconsin for August 2012 compared to August 2011 and nearly all market areas saw an increase in occupancy, with the largest increase in Wausau/Stevens Point. ADR was up statewide compared to August 2011, with the largest increase in Green Bay MSA.

To view Smith Travel Data for your region for August 2012, click here.

The link above is password protected for lodging members only – email Michelle in the WH&LA office if you need help logging in or call 262/782-2851.

Provided by STR. For detailed lodging performance data for your area, contact STR at 615/824-8664 x3504 or info@str.com.

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Occupancy was up in Wisconsin for 2011 compared to 2010 and nearly all market areas saw an increase in occupancy for the year, with the largest increase in Green Bay MSA. ADR was also up statewide for the year, with the largest increase in Appleton-Oshkosh MSA.

Occupancy and ADR were also up statewide for December 2011 compared to December 2010.

To view Smith Travel Data for your region (now with a separate Door County market area) for year-to-date 2011 (and December 2011 monthly data), click here.

The link above is password protected for lodging members only – email Michelle in the WH&LA office if you need help logging in or call 262/782-2851.

Data is provided by Smith Travel Research, an independent research firm founded in 1985. Smith Travel offers WH&LA members discounts on various STR reports and products. For more information, visit strglobal.com.

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Occupancy was up in Wisconsin for November 2011 compared to November 2010 and nearly all market areas saw an increase in occupancy, with the largest increase in Green Bay MSA. ADR was also up statewide compared to November 2010, with the largest increase in Green Bay MSA.

To view Smith Travel Data for your region for November 2011, click here.

The link above is password protected for lodging memebrs only – email Michelle in the WH&LA office if you need help logging in or call 262/782-2851.

Data is provided by Smith Travel Research, an independent research firm founded in 1985. Smith Travel offers WH&LA members discounts on various STR reports and products. For more information, visit strglobal.com.

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Occupancy was up in Wisconsin in September 2011 compared to September 2010 and most market areas saw an increase in occupancy, with the largest increase in Wausau/Stevens Point. ADR was also up statewide compared to September 2010, with the largest increase in Green Bay MSA.

To view Smith Travel Data for your region for September 2011, click here.
The above link is password protected for lodging members only – e-mail Michelle in the WH&LA Office if you need help logging in.

Data is provided by Smith Travel Research, an independent research firm founded in 1985. Smith Travel offers WH&LA members discounts on various STR reports and products. For more information, visit strglobal.com.

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Occupancy was up in Wisconsin in June 2011 compared to June 2010 and most market areas saw an increase in occupancy, with the largest increase in Green Bay MSA. ADR was also up statewide compared to June 2010, with the largest increase in Green Bay MSA.

To view Smith Travel Data for your region for June 2011, click here. (Password protected for lodging members only – e-mail Michelle in the WH&LA Office if you need help logging in.)

Data is provided by Smith Travel Research, an independent research firm founded in 1985. Smith Travel offers WH&LA members discounts on various STR reports and products. For more information, visit strglobal.com.

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Occupancy was up in Wisconsin in March 2011 compared to March 2010 and nearly all market areas saw an increase in occupancy, with the largest increase in Green Bay MSA. ADR was also up statewide compared to March 2010, with the largest increase in Appleton/Oshkosh MSA.

To view Smith Travel Data for your region for March 2011, click here. (Password protected for lodging members only – e-mail Michelle in the WH&LA Office if you need help logging in.)

Data is provided by Smith Travel Research, an independent research firm founded in 1985. Smith Travel offers WH&LA members discounts on various STR reports and products. For more information, visit strglobal.com.

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Sponsored by A&A Fire and Security, Inc

The Wisconsin Innkeepers Association Board of Directors would like to invite lodging property owners and managers in the Green Bay/ DePere area to attend a special Briefing Luncheon on Wednesday, September 27th from 12:30 – 1:45 pm at the F.K. Bemis Conference Center located on the St. Norbert College Campus in De Pere.

A representative of the Greater Green Bay Area Lodging Association will give a brief overview of the current issues facing local operators, and the WIA will provide a brief overview of a few key legislative and other issues of concern to Wisconsin’s lodging industry. Included among these issues are updates on the Statewide Smoking Ban, the upcoming Carbon Monoxide Detector requirements and State Tourism funding cuts. This is also our opportunity for WIA Board members from around the state to hear about local or state issues you find critical to your property.

In addition to the the Briefing Luncheon, we will have a number of committee meetings which WIA members are invited to sit in on. No preparation time is required for the committee meetings; we only ask that you bring your opinions, objectivity, and decision-making skills to the table.  The meeting schedule is as follows:
Wednesday, 1/27 –

  • 9:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.   Legislative/ Tourism Committee
  • 12:30 pm   Luncheon & Presentation
  • 2:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.    Communications/ Marketing Committee immediately followed by Membership/ Services Committee
  • 4:00 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.     Education/ Conference Committee
  • 6:15 p.m.   Reception & Dinner at Titletown Brewing Co.

All WIA members are welcome to attend any of the committee meetings and events.  The registration form for the Luncheon Briefing (and other meetings/events) is available here or you may register online. The only fee is for the cost of your meals, with options provided both online and on the form.

A special thanks goes to our meetings sponsor: A&A Fire and Security, Inc.

Questions?  Please contact Andrew Bronson at 262-782-2851 or registration@wisconsinlodging.info.

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