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No Vacancy with Glenn Haussman is the travel industry’s most exciting podcast. A fun, fast paced genre bending program peeling back the travel business veneer.
Perfect for road warriors, leisure travelers and industry insiders, we look behind the scenes of the travel business by sharing stories, experiences, and with interviews featuring the industry’s biggest names.


Host Glenn Haussman is a well know travel industry personality, renowned industry speaker, writer, consultant, host of heretostay.tv and contributor to youmustbetrippin.com


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May 7, 2017

Ray Schultz, shares major hotel history way back to his involvement with Kemmons Wilson, creator of the Holiday Inn brand. Hear how Schultz started with Holiday Inns, Inc., in 1970, and how he founded the Hampton Inn brand in 1983. We hear those stories, through his days as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Promus Hotel Group.

But first, Glenn speaks with Donna Quadri-Felitti, the Marvin Ashner Director and Associate Professor, School of Hospitality Management at Penn State.

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2 Comments
  • four and a half months ago
    MARVIN ASHNER
    very interesting
  • four and a half months ago
    Mr. Ivey Jackson
    I had a close friend, Don Marshall, that taught Kemmons how to buy HI furniture. One day they were wrapping up a big order, when Kemmons said the cost was so large, Chairman Johnson had to co-sign the check. Well, Mr. Johnson had had his Happy shot on was to Operating Room. They caught him in the hall and had him scribble his name.