This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from the International Pow Wow in New Orleans. Each year the experts in travel and tourism come together at the IPW to discuss current trends in travel and what can be done to make the travel industry better. This year, the IPW covered topics from cruises to the effect recent terrorist attacks have had on travel. Joining Peter Greenberg is Sally Jewel, U.S. Secretary of the Interior, talking about the role of national parks and the care the government puts into those parks. Katie Denis, Senior Director of Project-Time Off, discusses how most U.S. employees do not take advantage of their vacation days. There’s all of this and more when the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from the International Pow Wow from New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Sally Jewell, U.S. Secretary of the Interior, stops by to talk about U.S. national parks, budget, and the hidden gems of travel.
Geoff Ballotti, CEO of the Wyndham Hotel Group, discusses the hotel industry, the importance of the airline industry, and what travelers truly seek in their experiences.
George Aguel, President and CEO of Visit Orlando, gives his insights regarding the recent incidents in Orlando and the significance of community and awareness.
Katie Denis, Senior Director of Project Time-Off at the U.S. Travel Association, tackles the issue of Americans not using their vacation days and why technology could be a culprit.
Roger Dow, President and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, explores travel policies and how recent world events are changing and influencing travel industries and travelers.
Todd Davidson, CEO of Travel Oregon, analyzes why numbers have changed for Oregon since the commencement of Brand USA.
Gil Kerlikowske, Commissioner of Customs and Border Patrol, shares details on what makes global entry a program that works.
Billy Nungesser, Lt. Governor of Louisiana, shares how he and The New Orleans Governor work together effectively to make travel and tourism in New Orleans one of their top priorities.
Robert McClendon, Journalist for The Times-Picayune, reveals that Airbnb is illegal in New Orleans and explains what that means for the city.
Anne Madison, Global Strategy, Brand, and Marketing Communications Executive for Brand USA, discusses the importance of tourism throughout the country, including the common major travel destinations within the U.S.
By Alessandra Tayrn and Kandice Martellaro for PeterGreenberg.com