Continued from page 1 Joe Kefauver, senior partner and principal at Orlando, Fla.-based consultancy The Parquet Group, agreed that sequestration’s effect could be pronounced in certain areas of the country tied to government and defense, and he added that tourism and travel also could be affected. “When people hear about cuts across the board in government agencies, often the first thing to go is travel,” he said. “It could affect the meeting and conference ...

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