We get to speak to George Ntim, Chairman of the New York State Hospitality and Tourism Association and Chris Green, CEO of Chesapeake Hospitality. The topic is the harsh reality of business closures and layoffs because of the increasingly apparent reality the federal government is unwilling or incapable of doing anything to help hoteliers and restauranteurs.
We're at Riggs Washington D.C. talking to area General Manager Dieter Schmitz about the hotel's opening, covid caused closing and then reopening of this great new luxury hotel. We get a site tour of a former bank and how those elements were cleverly incorporated into the hotel's design.
Advantage Hotels, Inc. signs strategic and exclusive development agreement with GreenTree Hospitality Group. We speak to Advantage CEO Patrick Mullinix about partnering with one of the world's largest hotel companies.
Chip Rogers rejoins the show to give us an industry update as Glenn cannot not take political BS right now and demands relief for the hotel business. Chip shares what he is doing to make government work for it's people and how there's billions of dollars allocated to assist hoteliers, but for some reason cannot be released.
Domio's top two leaders resigned on Friday night turning this company upside down. We share what happened. See their CEO on August 5 episode of No Vacancy Live. Then, Glenn makes plea for CA to reopen places like Disneyland to save tourism industry.