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Want to play some more? If art is your fancy: Four contemporary art museums are within 8 minutes of The Racquet Club: The Pulitzer Foundation, The Contemporary Museum, The Museum of Contemporary Religious Art – all in Grand Center – and, The Kemper Art Museum at Washington University. An exhibition of Dale Chihully glass is at the Duane Reed Gallery, 4729 McPherson, two blocks east of The Racquet Club. Nearby in Forest Park is The Missouri History Museum which has a fine collection of French Colonial era artifacts. The St. Louis Art Museum, also in Forest Park has one of the largest French Impressionists collections in America and a current special exhibition on Japanese screens. See the “Legends of St. Louis Blues” exhibition at the Sheldon Art Galleries in Grand Center.
Generation X – the group of people born between 1964 and 1976 are traveling more and spending more on leisure and entertainment than in previous generations. As such, the hotel industry has realized the changes that need to take place if they are to win the business of this powerful age group from the trendier boutique hotels. This paper will concentrate on the hotel industry and how the major hotel brands are changing in response to Generation X. Generation X Wikipedia, a free online encyclopedia defines Generation X (Gen-X) as a term used in the United States to describe a group of people born between 1964 and 1976, although the exact years of birth remain debated. Gen-X has been described as the generation consisting of those people whose “teen years touched the 1980s” – the children of the Baby Boomers. Gen-Xers are now adults between the ages of 29 and 41 and are having children of their own
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