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Working With Professional Sports Teams

Working With Professional Sports Teams

Steve Conklin is a busy man year round, but his workload picks up during football and hockey seasons. As director of sales and marketing for the JW Marriott Chicago, Conklin has developed strong relationships with professional sports organizations to make ...

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Making Diversity Work for You

Making Diversity Work for You

Building a successful diversity and inclusion strategy not only helps keep hotel companies relevant with the changing global workforce, but it also makes good business sense. Hilton Worldwide is a company that embraces diversity and believes it makes good business ...

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The Germiest Places in a Hotel Guestroom

The Germiest Places in a Hotel Guestroom

Given that a hotel guestroom may house hundreds of different travelers each year, cleanliness is of paramount importance to prevent the transfer of germs from one guest to the next. Room attendants should place extra “cleaning focus” on the following ...

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Shape Up Your Hotel Gym

Shape Up Your Hotel Gym

Hotels are fitter than ever. With guests increasingly expecting fitness centers, the percentage of hotels offering such facilities has reached an all-time high, according to AH&LA’s 2012 Lodging Survey. Now, 84 percent of hotels offer some sort of fitness center. ...

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Room for Improvement: Recovering a Distressed Hotel

Room for Improvement: Recovering a Distressed Hotel

Andria and Bruce Lewis are used to taking over bank-owned properties. Through their company, Lewis Properties, the couple has recovered several retail and office buildings. But nothing prepared them for the ordeal that ensued when they took ownership of a ...

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