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It’s no secret that the U.S. economy is on the decline.

However, the hotel industry has been hit hard by the global economic downturn.

So it’s not surprising that when the industry comes under increased scrutiny, they are quick to respond with a boycott.

However some hotel chains are going to take the boycott one step further.

Hoteliers have come out in support of a boycott by hotel chains over the boycott by the hotel business.

They say they are in it for the long haul and are not going to be bullied.

The National Hotel Association (NHA) says it is encouraging hotels to follow their own best practices, which includes avoiding the use of the hashtag “#BashRooms” to signal a boycott of a company.

The hashtag has been used to make a statement in support for boycotts by the Trump administration.

In fact, this is the first time hotel chains have used the hashtag in their marketing campaigns, according to a statement released by the NHA.

The association said that it is calling on hotel chains to use this new trend to encourage their customers to boycott.

It’s important to understand that the hashtag is being used as a way to raise awareness of the issue, which is a legitimate issue.

The NHA states in the statement, “Hotels and other businesses should not engage in negative campaigning or negative marketing of hotels and resorts, nor should they use social media to promote boycotts of other companies.”

A boycott of hotels is not a new thing.

The boycott of hotel rooms in the late 1980s led to the downfall of several American hotels, including the Waldorf Astoria.

It was the largest single-day boycott in U.K. history at the time.

The boycotts led to a large decrease in hotel occupancy rates and eventually led to an agreement to reduce the number of people staying at hotel rooms.

The agreement did not prevent hotels from staying open.

A boycott is not just a marketing tactic.

It’s also a way for hotel operators to demonstrate their commitment to being good stewards of their guests’ money.

According to the National Association of Realtors, over half of American hotels are still actively participating in a boycott, and more than 50% of American hotel rooms are currently in such a boycott or have been for years.

The industry has long taken a position on boycotts, and hotels are now following suit.

According the American Hotel and Lodging Association, the industry will continue to follow the guidelines that have worked so well in the past.

The Association says that it’s a great opportunity to raise funds for charity.

“We know that the hotel and hotel-related industries are important to our community,” said AHA Executive Vice President Richard Lipski.

“With the support of our members, we’re able to raise millions of dollars each year to support our local charities.”