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No Vacancy Live and No Vacancy News


No Vacancy Live 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.

The show is hosted by Glenn Haussman, a well know travel industry personality, renowned industry speaker, writer, consultant; and Anthony Melchiorri who had a successful 10 year run hosting Hotel Impossible on the Travel  Channel. 

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Oct 4, 2022

Jen Reyneri joins the show to talk about her restaurant The Grove Cucina & Wine, an Italian food focused restaurant. She discusses how they connect to the community, a wine club that boosts business while adding to ancillary wine sales, creating a winning team with little turnover and more!

Oct 3, 2022

Glenn spoke with both Anna Scozzafava, VP, Extended Stay Brands, Strategy & Operations, and Ron Burgett, SVP Development with Choice Hotels International to discuss the elements of the new brand and why they feel it'll appeal to consumers and owners. Plus, Glenn stayed there a few days and offers his feedback!

Sep 30, 2022

Glenn is on location in Corona, CA reporting on the debut of Choice Hotels International's brand new midscale Everhome Suites. We find out the brand's DNA and how it represents a leap forward for the extended stay hotel product.


In-dept interview with top Choice execs coming on Monday!

Sep 28, 2022

Julienne Smith returns after her recent promotion to Chief Development Officer for IHG Americas. We get to hear about the exciting things coming down the pipeline for the company.

Sep 28, 2022

Debbie Wieland from the Texas Hotel Lodging Association joins to talk about how she's working to bring the younger generations into hospitality. Through work, like having a summer camp on hospitality, Debbie is working hard to help show why hospitality is still such a great career path.