In the Dorchester Reporter: ‘All-Inclusive’ campaign seeks to broaden Boston’s image
All-Inclusive Boston, a $2 million marketing campaign aimed at promoting Boston as a multicultural tourism destination to boost the city’s hobbled hospitality industry, launched on Monday after months of planning that started under the Walsh administration. Mayor Janey unveiled the push during a press event at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury in which she praised the campaign.
PRESS RELEASE: Madison Park Development Corporation Welcomes New Neighbors at 2451 Washington Street in Nubian Square
Construction is complete at 2451 Washington Street, a four-story condominium development that sits at Dudley Street and Guild Row’s prominent corner. The attractive new development offers 16 homes featuring a mix of bedroom sizes at both market and affordable prices in Roxbury’s Nubian Square. Amenities include a parking garage, community room, outdoor space, balconies, and energy-efficient features.
On NBC10 Boston: Boston Mayor Unveils ‘Inclusive’ Recovery Plan for Tourism, Hospitality Industries
Boston Mayor Kim Janey unveiled a new campaign Monday to promote an equitable recovery for the city’s tourism and hospitality industries as well as small businesses which have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Boston.com: The city is launching a new tourism campaign to help combat its ‘racist’ reputation
Acting Mayor Kim Janey introduced a new tourism campaign for Boston that “boldly puts our people and our neighborhoods front and center for the very first time,” she said during a press conference at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury on Monday.