Hotels adapt business centers for today's traveler
Jeff Pearce rarely takes advantage of the hotel business center when he travels for work. When he does, it's usually to print out a boarding pass. Yet the Fayetteville, Ga., resident, who owns a water and wastewater service company, wouldn't want to stay somewhere that didn't have a business center. "When I need something, I absolutely need it and do not want to have to go to Kinko's," says Pearce, a USA TODAY Road Warrior, a panel of frequent travelers who weigh in on travel topics.