RHI Conference to Focus on Nightlife as Economic Engine

Creating coalitions to foster safe and prosperous nightlife is the focus of the Responsibility Hospitality Institute (RHI) Networking Conference to be held Nov. 11 – 14 in Austin, Texas. The largest gathering of nightlife economic experts in the world will present solutions to address nightlife challenges and opportunities to capitalize on the social and economic benefits of safe and vibrant nightlife. Attendees will access a portfolio of practical tools and tactics from a late-night learning laboratory, workshops, panels and networking, opportunities with peer practitioners and guest speakers.



Founded by Jim Peters and underwritten by Diageo, Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America and National Beer Wholesalers of America, RHI is a non-profit organization with a mission to facilitate cooperation and consensus-building among hospitality operators, law enforcement, regulators and community activists and to maximize the economic and social benefits of the nighttime economy.

Those registering before July 31 will receive a $100 discount on the conference fee. Visit http://rhievents.org/conference/about.html for more information.

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