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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

08:06 min | 3 months ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Am we'll be here because northern colorado doesn't stop neither do we welcome into now live from the auto collision specialist studios. I had the long rant yesterday about governor police and his meat out day proclamation and now he's trying to say i was kidding kidding. That didn't actually. This was all just for you all to buy more colorado products. Which i don't necessarily believe but nonetheless they're going to be a ton a ton of people grilling and cooking and barbecuing tomorrow One of those is a great sponsor and the program kramer's wedge store the talk a grill inside the kramer's web store out in kersey. They've got their event coming up tomorrow joining me now with the talk. A grill is henry. Henry how are you on this. Friday morning cantor. I'm doing really good. Yeah get excited for tomorrow. Cook and cook it away and a monday this week. You're you guys are expecting a helluva turnout out. There see our facebook page had tons and tons of hits and then also standing at the front counter here pretty much five six days a week helps talk it up and stuff like that and joking with others that comes in so it's been a lot of fun so walk us through tomorrow. Starting about eleven o'clock you guys are going to be feeding people. we will be eleven to one. I've got Four hundred pounds of pork already sat. So we're gonna do pulled pork sandwiches on and then also we're gonna do hotdogs. Four hundred hot dogs corn dogs two hundred and fifty corn dogs at eight hundred hamburgers rain. We could offer tomorrow. Yeah so we're we're ready. You can do a ton of business so we can put it out without any problem. Oh yeah there's there's no doubt. I mean so look. I was a courtesy native applied valley graduate. I remember before the store was upgraded and those. It was every saturday morning. If we're going to the sale barnabite cattle we would stop by and it was a chocolate milk and kramer's burrito and it was from the ta-talk girl of course green chili britos by far my favorite. so make my mouth water just about it. It's number one. We sell probably eighty one hundred. Just three chilling. But jack going back six years ago when i came in i mean. Have you know. Move the kitchen and added all this. You know chicken case and stuff like that and the last six years has been straight straight up hills with a lot more choices than fifty different choices raunchier though there there's no now you guys are in a completely different league up there henry. Let's let's get to know you a little bit better. What's what's your journey been like. And and why. Why do you stick with this. Talk of grill. Where i've been. I was in the hotel business for twenty five thirty years hyatt marriott west in all of those things and from chicago's chicago native. So i'm a city so it was definitely an eye opener coming out here. I know i know stephen. Because they're part family with me and It was just wild. I came out here. And i'm like god. This place can't do any kind of business. You're in the middle of nowhere. And it's all the cattle everywhere. You got farms everywhere and like non so my first. My first near was an eye opener. Beer not only the volume of food at the store can do but all the locals i mean they welcome in broken the city boy in chicago clearly clearly. Something stuck with youtube. Because you're still hanging around. Yeah six years but You know what's been great about. My staff were create in things all the time. You know who would have full blown kitchen in a gas station. You don't see it anywhere. This is unique. Feel and i mean we just did think patties they were good corned beef cabbage and stuff like that and before you before that mardi gras we did And duly sausage In rice and stuff like that. So stephen luke and the family gives us a lot of eternity in the kitchen here to create an and make new things because people get bored. You can't get the same breeder every time right right. yeah there. there's no doubt about it and and that is if if you're out of whatever you know that you're craving you can order the whatever you need from from the kitchen to write you can no problem Takes a couple of minutes extra Cult hit and everything. We cut back making stuff for the case over. I tell people if you want in a rocky mountain oysters. We'll make an order to take off four four or five minutes to make no problem henry others. There's a tunnel listeners. Out there this is all. This is all on a gas station. I mean how. Do you guys mega work. I mean you're talking One hundred square feet and five got only five employees. That work for me. That's hitting this kitchen and putting out eight hundred britos back before twelve hundred. So i mean and it's all homemade and he's talking to three and shelly remake the theresa we make You know from scratch so so. All of those ingredients go into making a great tasting. I knew i should've eight before. I did this interview with you. I'm my my produces magazines mouth-watering mouth-watering as well. I'm in the kitchen right now. We're cooking chilly. Reno's on flat out girl getting ready for put them in a burrito. So i love it. Yeah i bet it does van. And that's a what we were talking to when we had lucon partner of course apart of kramer's wedge store out there and kersey As soon as we started talking there a cow bellowing in the background. So now we've had the cow. We could hear some of the stuff going on in the kitchen. He gets columnist right from Right for from where you're getting your work done right. She come on. You gotta being a kid. All the love is at henry some of those stats in and as much meat as you've already cooked tomorrow. That's some crazy stuff man real quick. Why why were you. So why and why are you so supportive of opting into the meat in day. Instead of the day i mean we're supporting local farmers local ranchers. These are the guys that put the meat on the table for everybody. I mean know. I didn't know this being a city boy. The college used for everything. I mean lipstick You know things that the syringes that people are using the foot. You know the code vaccine them. I mean that's who would have thought dead. I mean if people were more as forms of what the actual animal use for. It's amazing i mean we'll think a city boy ring break. Maybe do the kids here. Thirty days on a ranch. Every city city kid needs to come out working around. I mean would be. It's been an eye opener for me. I mean six years thought the city would from chicago would still be out kersey colorado. Got away keeping you here. I'll say that for sure. And and that's part of what you guys are going to be doing tomorrow. From eleven one out at kramer's wedge store in kersey is is educating people feeding them and educating them and that sounds like a hell of a combination no doubt about it. I mean working gonna do starting next week. Do meat lovers brazil figure there. You go man. i'm all about that. What's going to be in that. You're gonna have a steak bacon. Ham sausage and four five differ each in one burrito. If you ever need a sample tasters something like that running by you've got my number running over the over to where you're at rod casting. How bring them overall absolutely bringing over to the station. You'll be you can be set up shop in the studio. We'll.

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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Need all the help. They got the traders. Take on this debate. Plus a bumpy year. So far. here's a fedex. But went out considers. Betting things are about to change fast monies back into not too late to sign up for the for the inclusion in action. Form tomorrow at one. Pm eastern. we'll take a look at what companies can do to create equity for all big names like roger ferguson. Melanie hobson tracy. Ellis ross register now at cnbc events dot com slash inclusion well airlines doctors. Some of the hardest hit during the pandemic major industry players loss as much as eighty percent of their value from p trough last year. And we're forced to appeal to congress. Multiple times for aid was the eventual bailout. Really needed in a column for the new york. Times deal book andrew. Ross sorkin argues that quote once again. We have socialized and industries losses em- privatize its prophets. Basically what the government did was bailout shareholders. Tim seymour go to you. Your shareholder your tax. Payer what do you think kind of caught in the middle of this one I i i guess my expectation was that especially the better balance sheets in the sector. Could have gotten through without the bailout. I think the credits and the grants Across the board blindly for the sector or are an example of what we've done in the past and are not fair and again think of executives at the airlines that are that are essentially Incentivized and paid and comp through shoppers. So they were really bailed out. I i know. We bailed out a lot of folks in the airline industry. And i think we kept job. Search almost full pay But think about the restaurant industry think nothing was done for these people and i don't think they're businesses are gonna come back and so In many cases ever So i think the inconsistency here is A dynamic that's very very frustrating But i recognized the strategic importance of the airline industry especially to get the economy back on track when it was time. Yeah i'm andrew. Mesa point that with the twenty five billion dollars the original bailout on package about seventy five thousand jobs or saved at a cost of about three hundred thousand dollars each not sure if that's the right metric gauge the success or the failure of this program this particular program on mccarron. What do you think. Numerous times in the past airlines have gone through bankruptcy. They've done fine so their argument that we had to keep the airline industry afloat etc. They would have kept line. They could have kept flying in bankruptcy. We've seen that time and time again. Yes and there's a lot of things that that article that i really agree with. And that's one of them. We've seen airlines in bankruptcy and the other one is why this particular industry right you have hilton and hyatt marriott. They also employ hundreds of thousands of employs. And yet you didn't see anything remotely close to any kind of assistance like that. And i don't understand why you need bail out. The shareholders shareholders were a risk asset. You know we're not they don't the government shouldn't be given us a free put that they're gonna bail us out if things don't go well so i'm really against that. And when we look at other really important bankruptcies like gm in the financial crisis right. that's that's i don't know how many jobs it was but the government. They gave them money and they took a giant steak. And i don't understand why they weren't entitled to a giant state here. I know they got a tiny bit of warrants that andrew sites in his piece but nothing remotely close so i don't see why they didn't do a big convert. Just it just seemed like excellent lobbying by the airlines unfortunate for the others are not necessarily for the government to do all right. Steve just quickly because you actually think that It was right to bail them out. i do. I think that you know we could argue over how they did it and what they should have gotten but when you look at the entire industry it's not so much the direct industry. It's the fact that it's probably one Point seven trillion. I think the estimates have been made as far as economic activity that's required that's dependent on the airlines and it's ten million jobs all those ancillary jobs and everything else that revolves around it so i do understand what everyone else is saying but i think they had act i. This is the first time we've been hit with a pandemic like this. So i'm okay if they used a sledge hammer on an aunt right now. I think it was warranted coming up where county down to earnings from fedex. Why this quarter could be shipping for the shipping giant stadium. Welcome pass money. Fedex reports earnings after the bell tomorrow. It's been a bumpy quarter for the shipping stocks. So far but mike o. Spot is emotions activity. That could point to a big breakout. So mike what you see. Yeah so actually. The options traders seemed to favor calls over puts by about two one over the last twenty days more than that today. Actually right now. The options market is implying. A of about sixty two quarter percent after they report earnings tomorrow right. Now we've seen though of course over the last eight quarters. His moves on average of over eight percent. Most of that activity is focused in the march. Two eighty strike calls are paying about three dollars for those. So buyers of those calls are betting that will make a move of about that implied amount six and a quarter percent or more to the upside by the end of the week. Karen you've got a sizable position. Your words in fedex at this point for yes i do. I'm looking for a good quarter of the only fly in the argument that i see is most likely would be something from the weather. This quarter doesn't clued february. See it's very bad weather in there. But i think we're gonna see improvement from ground optimistic and i'm long very long all right. Thanks mike for that often. More options action. Be sure tune into the full show. That's friday.

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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

03:31 min | 4 months ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"Hey welcome back back. Saying i'm steve. And this week. I got adami roast with me miles how you doing. I'm doing all right. I feel like. I'm really getting a feel for albert pune these days. That's that's the only feeling you really need in your life said valentine's day you wanna really experience love. You watch our pune movie. He'll teach you a thing or two especially if you like really like muscular women. That's kind of. That's kind of his thing. Also joining us. jack. Jack how you doing. You're representing the most fear women out there. You're the most muscular woman i know. Thank you. Steve was a trip to ohio. It was it was beautiful. I stayed at one of the fanciest. Hotels downtown columbus. With a beautiful view of a multi-storey carpark donning wonderful time was at the hyatt marriott. Aw the marriott okay. Classy is also had at curtains that spanned the whole length of each wall. It was like a coroner ruminated curtains. That run the whole length of the wall. Which makes you think that you have massive windows. But the windows are regulars is just just incredible. Views that columbus Cape right of multi storey car park and at the top of the building. Next door's aircon units. Just a beautiful. So last time. I was in columbus. I had to go there for work and was in. The back of an uber and uber driver was just like hey. So what's up with you guys to me and my boss and we're like what would it mean. And then she said are you brother and sister said no. She said so. You're married said absolutely not and king my boss was on that one you modulate your level of protests for that. Yeah yeah you gotta be a little careful. We're like oh we're here for for work love to do work stuff in columbus and then she said well. Do you want a good recommendation for a restaurant and said yes. Sure you can give us a recommendation. We didn't ask for why not as she recommended a japanese restaurant which she insisted had the best fettuccini. Alfredo she had ever had what in this is going to be more mid west. Like you gotta check out. Shoney's though i would have taken an applebees wreck at that point i i don't know what the fuck was going on there and then we're just trying to be polite or like. Oh you know. Thank you for your your fred fettuccini al sushi recommendation. And you know it's great. And then she said. What do you do it on sunday and we were like. We're like probably flying home sunday night. Like she's like. Oh well i was going to invite you to my church. That i was like god. If we're outta fuck it freeway right now. Just throw myself out the tour mid western sharm. Great you know. It's kind of an underrated moment. 'cause it's that's that's what the midwest is all about. It's just unsolicited. Kindly advice from people who give you the vibe that they want to chop you up and throw in their trunk so fair you gotta give that recommendation. Cho's who's gonna know. They could even get fettuccini at a japanese place as.

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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

06:30 min | 6 months ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"At eighty six and a half billion dollars that is bigger than booking holdings marriott hilton and expedia and it goes beyond travel with. Today's gains. Airbnb is now bigger than target and goldman sachs. We could talk about money being left on the table. We talk about the huge. I stay pop but the question that we need to answer tonight is simply. Does that make sense. That i mean what you say. They're into four billion dollars in revenue. They're expecting double digit revenue growth. At least the analysts are start doing the math. I mean it's going to take in my opinion five years to deserve this valuation. And maybe that's the way the world is right now. Maybe people don't care maybe this sort of the grey fool theory thing but when you sort of look at this and look at jordache yesterday and save yourself. What am i missing i. It doesn't make any sense to me. It takes a long time to grow in these evaluations. And oh by the way we didn't even talk about but the employment Situation this country is not getting better. As a matter of fact that seems to be getting worse and although we can talk about know the summer of next year things getting back to normal a long time from here to there so in my world. It's ridiculously expensive melissa. Karen what do you make of. It will one thing that i found really interesting. That didn't notice until this afternoon. When i looked at the s one they actually the company themselves or the entity of the company was not actually selling stock. It was all it looked at employee. Ease and you know about hundreds of names of people selling so. I don't know that the company really left any money off the on the table And even if they did they were selling thirty one million shares out of you know ever two hundred sixty but whatever the number is it something much much greater all that. Haven't been though it's crazy. I don't get it at all. it's crazy. I mean it reminds me of two thousand reminds me of you know ridiculous first day you know up things up a thousand percent that ended up going zero. Not but i think this is. There's real value here for sure. There's real value endure dash this much real value. I don't really get it. And that total addressable market. It somewhat reminds me of you know in two thousand they would price things by eyeballs. I mean these other travel companies. They still have a gigantic addressable market as well. And they're not trading anything close. So i don't get it. Maybe the thought though is that airbnb will displace the business of a hyatt marriott and and the other companies which it now eclipses evaluation. Dan can you. Can you get your arms around that sort of explanation. Well it's funny. You know a few years ago when we saw gig economy companies really take off and we were really worried about the displacement of a lot of businesses a lot of workers because of this disruption. And when you think about it. The hospitality industry has at least a hotel in. She has two and a half million workers that are a lot of them. Furloughed right now probably are out of jobs so if airbnb comes back and they've really attacked that addressable market which a lot of people think they do there's going to be tremendous disruption in our workforce here so you know. Listen it's a great company. You know we were all renting houses on vr be. Oh ten years ago before airbnb existed. It's not like they invented the space or anything like that so to me at eight billion dollars. It doesn't make a whole heck of a lot of sense but this is not on the bankers and it's not on the company's it's investors who want to buy it here point there. Let's talk more about the airbnb with one of its original. Investors rick heights. Men is founder and partner at first capital. Rick good to see you to see you again. Run into everybody's great. You still own chairs at this point. Have you sold any so zero scope. Dustin louis in happy so i guess i guess that answers short answers this question but slightly different because you got in and a much lower cost basis. If you're to put money to work at this moment in time would you buy airbnb stock at one hundred forty four dollars a share. Would i think differently than some of the stocks. You've seen pop recently erie as really set up for either. The kind of deposed vaccination world post kobe where people traveling maybe not a great business and you know you think about consumer brands going forward now become verb for both hosts and guests so the ability to build that market place and be part of a kind of permanent part of the twenty first century economies aware he records tim facts rejoined the next. Would you say airbnb was helped or hurt by covid. You look at how they were pitching this deal They were certainly making. It seem as if this was a very friendly way to travel and the great irony here is that they seem to have benefited from it. Really is a great irony san. If you would've told us in february that airbnb wasn't going to be a public company equal shot and if you would have told us in june that airbnb was going to be of accompanying twenty twenty. We would have been chopped so originally especially coming out of the early signs of china. I the company tremendously negatively impact dubai. Kobe You know. obviously but nice wanted a couple of months of negative revenue. More cancellations and bookings. But i think as all of us adapted the company apted and now quarter of its bookings for twenty eight days or more so in this work from home work from everywhere culture. Air be amazed and it's become a warrant from an airbnb and they've captured that part of the market. In addition at least when i started traveling for business again. I'd rather not be around people. I don't need a big or seen or big restaurant. I'd rather be safe and secure place in my own. And i think that plays into clearly the the direction areas being beings going on the on this side. I think that originally started out as if thing and now taken advantage of the kobe. Hey rick it's dan congrats on another great exit. Here's the question i have for you. The word exit right. There's a lot of different ways that private companies can come to the public markets. We've seen the traditional ipo airbnb and door dash. Today we've seen in past ones where Direct listing spotify slack. That sort of think you're vc..

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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:17 min | 8 months ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lauren lap Because looking at Marc, it's Go ahead, Lorne. Yeah, I kind of wish I wasn't Tao is now down 901 point, So, actually, it's gotten a little better just went to 8 96 on his deck is down. 305 in the S and P 500 is down. 93 points. More agribusiness News. This is Steve Alexander reined in Russia Over the weekend, John Thank you, Steve. Now we'll go back to and the impact has been filled on LaSalle Street here in Chicago because the wheat in Russia was in a drought situation. And that propped up prices over here on the Chicago Board of Trade. But with that rain that helped the wheat crop in Russia look better. So prices are down right now, which is trading down about 11 cents a bushel. At 6 21 and three quarters. Soybeans are up about a penny in a quarter at 10 82 corn is trading down about a pending and a half to 4 17 John of you and Brenda tried fake meat. Yes, we have. And depending on what you buy, I thought the breakfast sausage was fantastic. No good, actually, by and large. I don't eat that stuff regularly. But I like it. Why do you ask So many of the fast food chains have decided to offer plant based burgers? Burger King In particular, it seems to have done pretty well with it. Interesting, though, that McDonald's is not doing it. Cranes has an interesting article today about how Makdisi is potentially leaving money on the counter because it is not offering a fake a burger. The point made those that Jesus all about speed, especially during covert, where McDonald's has streamlined its menu to keep the drive through. Is moving, Adding fake burgers is not out of the question for McDonald's, but Probably just not right now, By the way, in case you're interested in just how big the fake meat biz is sales this year through October 10th US grocery stores and other food retailers of In what we call raw fake meat are about $195 million seems like a lot nothing to sneeze at, until until you compared with really raw meat sales during the same period of $48.5 billion So just kind of a drop in the old bucket there. We're talking about the big sell off on Wall Street. Today, the latest number was, Let's see. It's done. 900 points right? It's notable, though it is notable, But when you look back just seven months ago, the month of March was one of the most Remarkable and volatile in history. On March 12th. The dollar dropped 23 50. That's a 10% correction in the next day. On the 13th doll Rose 1985 points or 9.4%. Then on March 16th, the Dow dropped almost 3000 points at 13% lower That on March you keep march to money forthe Vidal Rose 2113 points. 11.4%. I'm sorry you were asking? I don't think I was alive then. So was that just all covert news back and forth? Yes, yes, March 12 as right after things started shutting down. Yeah, right. You know, traders were obviously panicking about what That meant. Today with the selloff. Travel related stocks were having a bad day. The hotel chains like Hyatt Marriott Hilton or down about 6%, the cruise lines are all down significantly gaming and the casinos are down. It could be some solo some of the profit taking going on there, though, For example, draft Kings is up about 272% so far this year, so perhaps somebody's Nah, let's let's take some of our profits. Out of that one. So that's that's where we're at right now. And that's your money on 7 20 w GM will Santa be behind plexiglass this year? We'll see Anna even becoming this year. What you're gonna tell the kids we'll discuss in Chicago Parent magazine. Plus, she's part of a political dynasty here in Chicago, and she'll weigh in on what she sees for the election. I'm Anna's Atlantis. Join me after one I'm pretty sure our new house might be haunted. Well, things you see that the furniture is levitating on.

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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

06:35 min | 9 months ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"A very special occasion because on today's show, we're interviewing a man about this incredible new piece of work here called sticking points how to get five generations working together in the twelve places they come apart Hayden. Shaw we'll come onto the thrive time show how are you? Threatening you thrive you doing the flow feeling on the floor. You're feeling the fleas you sound you sound like you're smelling good. Would you agree? You know what I am smelling. Good. So tell us what is this sticking points project. Tell us what is this? For Twenty five years up and helping organizations sort out what to do with these multiple generations and they just keep coming. And as I said, in the book you know used to be that people died at age but now you know with healthcare and an eating right and a little talks you have no idea how old people are, and so people just keep living and living in now result we we live thirty years longer average person. One hundred hundred years ago, and so as a result, we've got five generations now we just keep stacking up in the workplace. So if I'm listening right now and what I'm going to do, I'm GonNa let you get into some meat on today's show. So people can decide whether you're you're you're book is a right fit for them but before I do that I, want to kind of go back into your background just to kind of build up your credibility there for the listeners out there what was your background or what is your background previous to writing this book? I worked with I worked with Stephen Covey. And employees and managers and people in organizations all over the world. So. Toto Oh one, hundred, fifty, thousand people. Wow. Thirty thousand managers. That's impressive. That's impressive. Now, folks out there we have some listeners of all different generations. It listen to the show I know who Stephen Covey as. Legend in the best selling a book space but. Share the listeners a little bit about Stephen Covey and maybe the hit book that most entrepreneurs my age the book that he wrote that most entrepreneurs mileage would know about. And now, the interesting thing is how many people have had it in as a textbook somewhere in either high school or or colic. So seven habits of highly effective people in high school version of it was seven. Habits of highly effective teens, and so I'm surprised when I when I teach groups of people right out right out of college I'm surprised probably a third of them are familiar with it and. So that's the that's the most famous. That's the one I probably taught the most, but there's a bunch more four disciplines of execution just exceptional and helping organizations figure out how to how make the main thing. The main thing let's say this I I believe that you're credible not have you need my validation, but I just want listeners to know. We just meet a guy out front of my building and say, let's get this guy on this show. Okay. So now you're you've you have experienced, you've consulted with a lot of top companies final question just so the folks can really feel. Like they're ready to take some notes here. What are some of the big companies that you have consulted with? Maybe some of the name drops just so folks can go oh, I know that company. Oh, a bunch of so in sports. The Atlanta Falcons Caterpillar. Equipment Hyatt. Marriott Microsoft And then A bunch of things in construction book. I talk about Cactus feeders the third largest privately owned. Cattle feedlots cut in the country and the impact that it had with them, and so that's Kinda the concluded chapters. How these feed lot was able to recruit people react younger generations and then if them 'cause to get excited about their feeding children who are at risk sending home food for the weekend in their school meals. Now your book sticking points to get five generations working together in the twelve places they come apart. It seems to be indicative by the title that there are places where the things come apart. Maybe you could just focus on three on today's show where you see in the workplace where these five generations are are three, maybe three places where you often see things falling apart in the workplace. They come apart around work ethic. That's one of the biggest ones. I'm talking with a with a group of family owned businesses they can pass down one generation to the next and work ethic is one of the biggest ones and then communication style and the tools that people wanna use to communicate. And then lastly how we make decisions and who gets to make decisions and you know how long do you have to wait your turn? How long you have to sit at a card table at Thanksgiving before you get invited up to the Big Table where you actually get your opinion and can say something. You know you. Sound. Like you're pre-approved. You. You sound like you're looking twenty five. Okay. So you you had the wisdom like you've been on the planet for a while. So I don't even want to guess at how old you are but I wanNA bring this up you talking about work ethic do you see a lot of the young people that eighteen year old the the gluten free the nineteen year old the the the starbucks generation more the local I guess it's the local coffee shop generation. Do you see them as a general rule having an immoral intense work ethic than they're the grandparents or less intense or how how do you? What do you see about the work ethic of today's Young People Well I'm actually out visiting my grandkids I'm sitting in my son's house. He said to me about a year ago. But you guys still talking about millennials I got a mortgage, two kids and so what? Is that generalizations especially around millennials are tricky now because there's actually three life stages of millennials and that's one of the big changes in the sticking points in the second edition versus the first edition is now millennials are really three different life stages and you gotta you gotTa motivate and deal with the life stage aspect differently, he picked it up. Well, the oldest millennials turned forty next year, which means they're protected by age discrimination laws, and so when a person gets a mortgage, they tend to move into a they tend to move into a phase of life where they may not. They may not prefer a more intense work ethic but they've got a more intense that of bills and so they don't have quite as much freedom and flexibility as they did before and so it's really a life stage thing definitely traditionalist and boomers earn their identity especially males by.

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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on My Career Fit

My Career Fit

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on My Career Fit

"Apocalypse that sounds horrible. Right sounds absolutely terrible. Here's what's going on United Airlines. Just last week warned that about thirty six thousand US employees. Their jobs were basically at risk. Walgreens cut more than four thousand jobs. Recently, it was reported. That Wells Fargo is preparing thousands of terminations this year M. Levi's just recently axed about seven hundred jobs due to falling sales now those announcements followed similar ones from companies like Hilton Hyatt. Marriott choice hotels. The they've all of course announced thousands of job cuts and bankruptcies of major US companies like twenty four hour fitness brooks brothers have come out in recent days and weeks. So what is going on this part to off scenario? That we're beginning to see is basically the logical end result from a massive decline in consumer consumption, right that all resulted from the pandemic, and of course, the economic shutdown that we all experienced in April as a result of the corona virus, so let me just put this into his easiest perspective as I can so picture this your favorite restaurant. It's owned by national restaurant coming and they had this shut down in March and April, and only now had they barely reopened right. They've been doing takeouts They've had to lay off staff furlough staff there are nowhere near the same numbers of people coming out to eat now that things have opened up a little bit. And, so they have continued to lay people off, and they've continued to unfortunately while furloughing some workers. They haven't been able to bring some of them back because they just don't have the business. That didn't help so of course now they're closing down completely as a result, vendors like kitchen, manufacturers do distributors or even the company that sells the paper for the receipts that go in the cash register or the company that makes the computer system that takes care of payments. It's a domino effect and you know one at layoff. In closure results in the next layoff enclosure in this will realistically and unfortunately likely go on for probably the next eighteen months maybe more depending on how bad the skits!.

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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back on my own travel is joining us the show was originally recorded in now at the Ritz Carlton Kapalua number weeks ago but we're giving you a new insert for news based on what's going on out there with the corona virus its impact on travel not to mention its impact on your life what a wild crazy week it's been we need to talk about what else has been affected in this fifty million jobs at risk situation around the world hotels this is a real big and people don't really understand the hotel business of the hotel guys were in to see president trump earlier this week remember the airlines ask for a fifty billion dollar bailout hotels asked for eight two hundred and fifty billion dollar bailout think about this Marriott has one point four million rooms and they're gonna start shutting their hotels as you're hearing this they were he started doing it Hilton I'm actually recording this in New York where I'm hunkered down and the Hilton hotel here in New York the largest hotel in New York is shot many other hotels are gonna be going left and right but what people don't really understand about the hotel business if it's two fold in many cases we all know the brands of Hilton Hyatt Marriott intercontinental Windham well you know Weston all the other brands of merit as well but also you know best western what people don't realize is that with very very few exceptions and we're talking about exceedingly few exceptions these are management companies of the thousands of hotels that Marriott has it may actually have equity in about a dozen of them everything else is a management contract so what's really at risk here are not just Marriott employees who are going to get furloughed there's no doubt about it as these hotels close the underlying problems belong to the people who actually own the buildings who actually own the physical structures those owners don't really have a plan B. they're gonna shut those hotels but they still to maintain their debt service they have to pay their backs and they have to pay all those other services what happens to them how many hotels may not come back from this because we're not talking about a nine eleven situation with the world stop for about six days and then got back on its feet we're talking weeks and weeks and then additional weeks to get back on our feet to get back in trouble so when you take a look at Hilton Marriott and intercontinental and all those other hotels they got a huge problem and then of course there is no other suppliers to those hotels the people who deliver food to those hotels the people who are drivers either taxi drivers lift drivers uber drivers bus drivers at the at the resorts we also have to deal with the the the the amusement parks and theme parks the disease in the Universal Studios it's all shut down and this is unprecedented it really is on charted territory and the worst is yet to come and as one Sherman said to me and by the way I believe them one hotel chairman said to me there's no way we're gonna be able to discount our way out of this now will there be discounts down the road we'll talk about that inevitably there will be but for the current status of this particular period it's not even material people are gonna lose jobs they're gonna lose incomes at may fundamentally change the way we travel where we travel and how we travel after nine eleven many Americans were simply afraid of going over a body of water because of terrorism so they stay home a lot of drive trips happen everybody went by car cruise ships actually reap reposition their ships they could literally reposition their assets and brought them to the Mediterranean and the and the and the Pacific back to two U. S. ports some cities that even though they had Porcher Galveston and and and Baltimore and mobile Alabama and all the way up and down the east coast and that worked for awhile because people could literally drive for their ship and have a nice vacation without worrying about getting on a plane there's a true fear flying in those days well now it's different now it's way beyond that people were sheltering in place people are telecommuting they're not even they're not going to the office they're changing the way they work they're changing the way they live we're becoming isolated if you will and the only hope we can talk about this not only on this show but in subsequent shows the only hope is that our cultural DNA doesn't make us just want to travel it makes us want to need to travel and we don't stay were you know very well at home we're not good at that for long periods of time we're gonna want to get out and we don't want to get out with a vengeance hotels you know hopefully we'll be able to ramp up but it's going to be a lot slower return it with the travel industry prides itself on its resilience on its ability to bounce back from crises we've never seen one like this it's unprecedented and as I said earlier this is uncharted water that ran so don't expect fast answers but there is some silver lining to be discussed and I get to that in a second because we also need to discuss our cruise lines this was a different situation than after nine eleven with the cruise lines could simply reposition their ships and go to U. S. ports and and bounce back we're dealing with something else here and let's start with some basic numbers I need to give you some perspective on normal days or normal weeks there about three hundred and sixty five individual cruise ships sailing the oceans of the world and and doing so very well how many of those ships were actually adversely affected by the corona virus in a serious way about three that's less than one percent but the optics here were intense and they were negative everybody saw those pictures those visuals of the diamond princess being quarantined in Yokohama for two weeks we also the pictures of the other princess ships the grand princess being unable to dock anywhere until they finally let them go to Oakland as we're speaking there are cruise ships at sea right now with passengers that can't dock because no port wants to let them in it's the perception that we're all the other cruise ships are parked this is something we've never seen in the history of cruise ships an entire industry literally parked where are they well some of them were a docks some of them were down in in the in the in the Caribbean many of them were south of Freeport in the Bahamas members a number these cruise lines have their own special island so they can accommodate maybe one or two ships there they're sitting there with crews doing absolutely nothing or they're floating around it maybe two nuts this is gonna be the case for quite some time the differences between nine eleven is that when we get the green light to go back and travel guess what is it going to be to jump on a cruise ship the perception here is taking precedence over reality everybody that I talked to and I'm talking about experienced travelers have such a negative perception of cruise ships now not because they fear that the cruise ship is inherently unsafe or unhealthy they are worried that they're going to get on the ship will get on the take a cruise somebody will call off the ship will get quarantine they'll be stuck in a foreign country and be able to return to the United States the cruise lines have a U. jobs tool here to get over they have a huge hurdle of public confidence and once again just like the rest of the world the travel she may not bounce back that fast this time it's going to take time and when it takes time you know what we have to be patient it's so it's not gonna happen that quickly now the cruise lines and ask for a bailout as well that's another interesting issue because it might you could argue that the airlines deserve a bail out in the national interest because they are key to the supply chain of this economy they are key to the infrastructure of our travel transportation system they move the economy cruise ships are not an essential travel tool verification autumn their leisure item and do they really pay a lot of taxes most of them have ships registered in foreign countries this is gonna be one that's gonna get argued in Congress I guarantee it they may get it but they won't be without a lot of floor fights that when I can assure you so they've got their work cut out for them what about travel agents they're asking for seven point seven billion dollars to help with their liquidity because their agents have no income now the only conversations agents are having about cancellations and about rebooking nobody's booking anything new right now everybody's in a bunker so every aspect whether its restaurants resorts spas over drivers I just mention travel agents and everything else that's.

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In Daegu two thousand three hundred people are waiting to be admitted to hospitals and temporary medical facilities is it a one hundred bed military hospital that had been handling some of the most serious cases was due to expanded two hundred beds by Thursday of this week south Korea's president declaring war on the virus apologizing for shortages of face masks and promised support for some of the businesses being hit and now the wall that's Asia's fourth biggest economy there South Korea yeah you want to talk about the serious side right this this week they say thousands of people will travel to Las Vegas for about business conferences the annual south by southwest festival in Austin Texas is scheduled for this month after that you've got spring break then summer vacation the Olympics in Japan but now it's it's all kind of in jeopardy the first it was China the disruption to the hospitality industry the travel sector there seem to be kind of confined to people going in and out of that country now it's spread to Europe in the United States and it's widened and companies that rely on world travelers for business having a hard time predicting exactly what the ultimate effect is going to be hi good hotels for instance withdrew their financial guidance for the year on Monday the rapidly changing circumstances they say more corporations are imposing restrictions on non essential business travel conferences hotels and others are grappling now how do we contend with this they say most companies in the lodging gambling or leisure industries including the the cruise ship lines in amusement parks yeah I know they're going to take a hit as far as revenue goes I have no idea what's going to happen once we get into the summer investors which are very nervous right now bracing for the worst yeah driving down stocks for the cruise ship lines by nearly a third US stocks for hotel chains Hyatt Marriott inter continental hotel groups have tumbled more than sixteen percent already this year I wouldn't I would not surprise me that he's a C. other companies kind of revoking their guidance provided back in the fourth quarter for earnings as everything is changed one hotel analysts said the the focus largely here a few weeks back was on China what would happen to hotels there now it's become a big domestic issue we're seeing cancellation after cancellation of major conferences conferences and other group events that's a big business yeah that accounts for about a third of the revenue for the big hotel chains another third comes from vacationers in a lot of that's already changing we'll get a quick break in here around the country lines available it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five at an NHRA update on America's trucking network.

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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Last weekend of December two thousand nineteen Peter Greenberg here with you lots of things to discuss that happened this year first I'd like shout out to the folks at Hilton Hyatt Marriott carnival Norwegian and royal Caribbean they've taken the lead in the elimination of single use plastics across the board we're not just talking about those little bottles of shampoo and body lotion and conditioner and the hotels which by the way if if in the interest of full transparency I used to love to collect we're talking about straw's plastic water bottles plastic cups cocktail swizzle sticks you name it and one by one they've made a decision to get rid of them starting this year and in some cases it will be extended to next year as they roll this stuff in merits or denounced this is the year they're getting rid of all of them which is great and that's so essential intercontinental hotels they'll be gone by twenty twenty one say they were Hyatt cruise lines already started it real Caribbean lead followed by Norwegian and carnival and now the states are coming in in California the governor signed a law that takes effect in two thousand or twenty three that all those small bottles are gone if that's if your hotel with more than fifty rooms and a twenty twenty four if your hotel with less than fifty rooms and New York is considering similar legislation so hats off to them it was high time in coming what will they replace them with well they were done in some cases with wall mounted larger dispensers of those jokes in conditioners and body lotions I just look for an ascetic point of view a little askance at that because they somehow resemble being in a bad college dorm but hopefully they'll figure that out from a design perspective but we understand why they're doing it from an environmental perspective in fact a little bit later in this in this hour we'll be talking with Costa stressed the editor at large for National Geographic all all the environmental initiatives regarding sustainability and responsible travel that have happened in the last year and what's about to happen in the year to come will also be talking to Mike boy of the boy did issue group much one of our regulars on the show to give us his prognostication of the world in airline travel in the year two thousand twenty keep in mind airfares this is the good news have not gone up they've stabilized and in some cases year over year going down between four and five percent that's a that's about capacity and the number of travelers who were actually flying the planes well you know well US airlines report almost every plane full of domestic routes it's the international routes where there are empty seats and whether or bigger for self in fact as we look at the numbers for the for the last year on some routes it's actually cheaper to go overseas then the fly within the US when was the last time that happened well you can actually thank a stronger US dollar weaker foreign currencies brexit and believe it or not the perception among so many foreign travelers about the trump administration's immigration policies that all combined to have fewer people flying to the US not to mention the Chinese drop which was caused by the trade war well that was launched by the U. S. earlier in the year so all that creates a great buyers market for us if we want to leave the US because what would have been their return she's home now become our out down seats there and that's all good news for us and the best is about this is there's actually no indication that the airfare sales international routes are gonna be seasonal or limited they may extend to the entire year of twenty twenty that's pretty amazing and the you know when you think about it this doesn't happen very often you should definitely jump on the bandwagon and figure out when to go out speaking of jumping on the bandwagon twenty twenty is deathly going to be the year what for a thorough review of airline frequent flyer programs we have seriously reach the point of diminishing returns there are twenty three trillion on redeem miles out there you heard me correctly those are miles are eligible for redemption they're never gonna be redeemed and I'm talking to you what was the last time you were able to redeem your miles on a flight that you wanted where you want to go without staying up till four in the morning and begging it's not easy the airlines are going to a fair based system which means if even harder miles now little over demon the average rejection rates at most airlines are less than nine percent mafia loan sharks don't get that kind of return and at a certain point the loyalty programs are gonna revolt because what's the point of a loyalty program that doesn't reward you for your loyalty that would be the rhetorical question of two thousand nineteen it will be the rhetorical question of twenty twenty as well so listen for the space we're gonna be covering that a lot in the coming weeks because it affects all of you you're all sitting there I know you are you are all sitting there with miles you haven't been able to redeem and by the way I'm one of you on that it's as simple as that now some other good news and and it's one of those things that you know you don't think about but actually you do how many of you consider the actual health regimes of other U. S. cities or states in making your domestic travel decisions it where do you want to go where you can we can work out or eat healthier or exercise well might surprise you as to which US city is actually the healthiest many of you might guess cities like Portland Oregon or San Francisco guess what you're wrong the American college of sports medicine just published it's annual fitness index which studied thirty three separate health behaviors from chronic diseases to the city's infrastructure quality from air quality to the numbers that the citizens are even smoke and guess who comes in at number one this is a big surprise here it comes Arlington Virginia really yes what are your the top marks for low reported rates of chronic disease low repeats wrote a rates of smoking and high rates of regular exercise but don't despair Oregonians you came in like second or third and you know what interesting interesting study if you want to see more of it go right to our website at Peter Greenberg dot com now the other thing is this up.

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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"I'm five host hotels three which are connected to each other the hyatt marriott and the hilton and there's twenty plus fan tracks that are hosting panels and in conversations along with a main programming where there's talks and stuff by celebrities guests. There's everything you'd expect from a con. There's there's the store area like the exhibition floor. There's a gaming area for tabletop gaming. There's a lot of video gaming. There's even a guy that brought not in like japanese art k gate for japanese area. That was huge a replay affects this year to that must be a thing so there's there's a little bit for everything everyone everyone the whole sort of architecture around this is really built on qasr play. I'd say like one in four. Maybe one in three people seem seem to be in play. It's acceptable amount of 'cause play and the reason i love dragon khan and is my favorite kind of ears like obviously love 'cause play but to me. It's not about the professionals getting out there there there but it's about everyone doing it and sort of being welcomed and encouraged no matter what your sort of technical level is. I think actually some of my favorite causes plays are things that are sort of thrown together at the last minute <hes> and i'll i'll put up pictures of some of my favorites here in a second but this year there was at the sheraton which is one of the hotels on one of the nights. One of the speakers in one of the panel rooms had a small fire and they had to evacuate the hotel. It was not a big deal every which holds that's a big elbow shared certain okay. That's a small small off-site one but it's it's still like a big thing evacuate a bunch of rooms and stuff the next morning in like somewhere are like in the hilton or marriott..

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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Thank you, Patrick cruciate that and David congratulations, saw another grocery store. Chain this time, the largest grocery store. Chain in America is putting the brakes on plastic bags. We've done it here in Austin, a lot of people love it. Lot of people don't the country's largest grocery store. Chain is doing away with plastic bags. Cincinnati based Kroger operates two thousand seven hundred seventy nine stores. In thirty five states they've announced the expected to announce it over the next couple of days. And they wanna phase at outward told by the year, twenty twenty-five. Why, why so long as it takes so long to phase it out because they bought a big supply of them. I guess maybe it kicks off the project at its. Q. F FC chain in Seattle, which is expected to be a plastic bag free by next year. Can you recycle plastic bags traditional ones? Yeah. We all grew up with. Yeah. I do all the time. Okay. That's what you put in the bathroom. She. Us to pick up the poop. When you walk your dog or the cat box. Yes. But then, hopefully that's going in the trash that I'm saying can you put you? In the recycling bin are they recyclable that I don't know that I think they're too thin. The thin ones are those ones that are a little bit thicker. Maybe they are what a plastic recycled bag. I guess you could grind it up and use it for other products because this to me is insane. I want to know. Yes. Some science behind this on how many reusable bags have been made since bags have been banned also thrown away, because everybody must have just I can't be the only one who has a mound, these reusable bags in their garage. Fifty or sixty of them only keeps its growing on its own at this point. Yeah. And some of them get kind of dirty too. Yeah. You never wash something like that. And what are people gonna throw those away or recycle those as well? It's a great question. Are they going to just roll them up and use them as straws because now plastic straws have been banned as well? Kroger operates two dozen different change in the US serving approximately nine million customers every day. They're the biggest currently goes to about six million bags a year six million bags a year. The grocery giant, it says its latest US economy to announce the shift away from plastic. Mcdonald's. Starbucks Disney I- Kia Hyatt, Marriott or among those doing away with plastic straws, while Dunkin donuts is facing out there foam cups, the styrofoam cups, so there you go. That's pretty interesting. Is it are the are the roads cleaner is less full because how'd you deliver the food? What are you, what, are you tweeting your outrage on your phone? What are all those things you know what I mean? Where's the impress me with a major move to change something? Yeah. Yeah. You're right. Absolutely. I mean I. I think they are. I think they should be recyclable. Right. I'm not I'm not scientists. That's great question. Science can't you recycle these one use plastic bags into something else? That's a good call. Good question. Five one two eight three six zero five ninety retailer urban outfitters. I've never shopped at outfitters have been in one thing. I think my kids did some shopping at one downtown. They still have one downtown. Thank retailer urban outfitters is now launching a new business model, this summer that will allow customers to rent, it's clothing rent, the clothing, while eighty eight dollar a month monthly service will let shoppers, borrow six items from its own and outside labels could borrow the clothes for eight bucks a month, six different items. And this move comes as the apparel rental market is has been growing up over twenty percent annually and his valued at about a billion dollars last year, according to global data retail supported an increasing popularity in the fashion into fast, fashion, and online shopping there trying to trying to compete. I thought the. Like goodwill. Yeah, that's goodwill. And in fact, in fact, goodwill, they don't have at eighty eight dollars and they don't have a subscription based, bro. You just pay. Ten take him back, whenever you want is true. You can't take that back. Yes, you can for eight bucks. You could definitely get three full outfits at goodwill couldn't you. I would say so maybe even some suits, I bet you could it may not fit ride. Maybe a little long. But then I think we just shared a life hack with the listener. I think that's pretty interesting urban outfitters. Let's see here right up. Your Caleb says HEB has been to recycle used plastic bags. There you go. I haven't seen. I've not seen that at the checkout. I guess it's at the checkout five one two eight three six zero five. There's another story in the news and, and to be honest. I don't think it applies to the state of Texas, people still are not buying homes. That's according to the story in the linked in neither falling mortgage rates, nor limited supply is helping the. Housing market with sales of existing US homes, dropping point four percent. April from March four point four percent from earlier in the year. Yeah. The houses account for ninety percent of total market as new home, construction continues to slow nationally, and everything. I'm reading here. You can actually add the word except in Texas. I was gonna say. Just not a reality. It's not a reality here at that doesn't make sense to anything that you're hearing. I know I know but they according to Lincoln the diminished appetite for buying homes. In other parts of the country has is, is really surprising for a lot of folks the appetite for buying comes even amid historical low unemployment with sales of so-called starter homes popular with first time buyers shrinking the fastest. Yeah. The Federal Reserve is holding up a briefing today on home ownership, trends, especially among the young people. I think that may be true. There may be, you know, if you're under thirty, I think, you know, you may have graduated from college with a mountain of debt, so you may have to put off by that home did. But also, if you're a young person in your twenties. Your mobility is a great asset. Your ability to move across the country to take on that job offer. Yes, that's an asset. So maybe they're renting more than buying. I just can't get across the fact that you just said the Federal Reserve is figuring out what young people want. The Federal Reserve is holding a briefing on homeownership trans, especially for the young people. How what could go wrong there? What could go wrong there Mr. interest rates? That's like two sides of the furthest goalposts ever the Federal Reserve. And homeownership. Yes. And then encouraging that with young people. Mike is in Georgetown. Good morning. Hey kid, you know, they have the paper grocery bags that were the thicker that didn't tear somebody now they might them, but they're real thin. And that's how you take somebody to get the class was everything followed out. I was to go back to making them like the paper bag, like when we were kids. Yeah. Recycle those two. I think right. Yeah. Paper bags recycled, paper, absolutely donating to recycle band. That's what I mean. I love the paper bags. Man. I mean you could use them for all kinds of things around the house, clean fish. I think they should bring back s h green stamps to platter said, I'm trying to fulfill I the.

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"hyatt marriott" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"hyatt marriott" Discussed on WTMA

"And we have three deep discount airlines in the united states i never thought of it is because they talk about a business school they talk about the rule of threes and we got at times three so allegiant which historically has not had good customer service ratings the american customer satisfaction index came in ahead of you united and by the way united's ratings all the numbers were crunch before the unfortunate incidents have come up in video with united having that passenger forcibly removed from the plane knock your teeth out give me a concussion what elsie have says he had one other injury besides the teeth knocked out in the concussion anyway dr del frontier in spirit bring up the back of the pack spirit the lowest rated heroin in america the funny thing was just before i walked in the studio today a gentleman stop me to tell me a story about what happened to one of his really good friends there was a spirit nightmare and all that went wrong and spirit has improved its numbers is still at the bottom of the heat but no airline is perfect every day as i said but you improve your odds if you fly the three mid price airlines again in order that they finished overall jet blue southwest alaska and with the three they cover virtually not all night any one of them covers the whole united states but all three of them and combination cover pretty much everywhere in the us the other big travel area hotels who did it best in the hotel business drum role please two years in a row hilton hotels number one followed by high hyatt marriott but all three received overall higher ratings for customer satisfaction then any airline except jet blue so the.

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