The state of Wisconsin is practically synonymous with football, and it’s also home to Peter’s alma mater, the University of Wisconsin – Madison. This week, Peter is heading to Camp Randall Stadium for the big game. More than 90 years old, the stadium has been expanded seven times. Thousands of fans fill the stadium every football season to cheer on their fellow Badgers. Learn more about the Camp Randall Stadium this week on Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasting from Madison, Wisconsin.
Click here to listen to the show streaming live from 10 am until 1 pm ET on Saturday, October 19, 2013.
Featured guests include:
Joe Sharkey, business travel columnist for The New York Times, explains growing disparity between first class and coach and the decline of fine dining restaurants on business expense reports.
Holly Stiel, president of Thank You Very Much Inc, discusses her new book, The A-Z Guide on How to Get the Most from Your Hotel Concierge, and explains concierge service and its value to travelers.
Jon Siskel, a former producer for Court TV, Travel Channel and Discovery Channel, talks about Louder Than a Bomb, a documentary he produced about poetry teams preparing for the world’s largest poetry slam.
Scott Walker, Wisconsin’s 45th governor, offers insight about what sets apart travel and tourism in this state…beyond cheese and football.
Justin Doherty, associate athletic director for University of Wisconsin and author of What It Means To Be a Badger, chats about his new book on the unmatchable spirit of University of Wisconsin Badger fans.
By Judith Retana for PeterGreenberg.com