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This week’s radio show comes from the Fairmont Monte-Carlo in Monaco, which may be the second smallest country in the world, but it is a highly visited one. Monaco sees nearly 300,000 visitors each year, who enjoy the warm weather of the French Riviera, the rich history…and yes, the Monte-Carlo Casino.
Joining Peter Greenberg at the Fairmont Monte-Carlo for this year’s International Luxury Travel Market is Vanity Fair‘s Travel Editor, Victoria Mather. She explains how shared services like Uber and Airbnb have given more luxury experience access to the middle class. Then, National Geographic’s own Urban Insider, Annie Fitzsimmons, shares why Berlin is one of the hottest cities in the world and where else you should be traveling in 2015. Nathan Lump, Editor of Travel + Leisure, helps us redefine luxury and why it is now all about experiential one-ups-manship. All of this and more when Peter Greenberg broadcasts from the International Luxury Travel Market and the Fairmont Monte-Carlo.
This week's episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from the third largest city in California and a destination worth putting on your radar: San Jose, California. Joining Peter Greenberg will be Tim Ritchie, President of the Tech Museum, one of the great innovation centers in the city and a great environment for education and scientific exploration for both children and adults. Mayor Sam Liccardo talks about San Jose being the tenth largest city in the United States and how it is preparing for Super Bowl 50. Mark Purdy, sports columnist for the San Jose Mercury News, gives insider tips on how to get tickets to the big game, as well as cut-rate deals on Super Bowl merchandise (no matter who is playing in the game). Ken Middlebrook, Collections Manager at History San Jose, talks about the state’s former capital and how San Jose both prospered from—and barely survived—the gold rush.
Last but not least, local hero and former NFL quarterback Jim Plunkett dissects the changes in professional football over the last 30 years. He also talks about the necessity for the new Levi’s Stadium and how this may be a game changer for the city. There’s all of that and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from the Fairmont San Jose in San Jose, California.
Jennifer Fox, President of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, explains why shared accommodations like Airbnb don’t provide the service that you get in a hotel. Staying in hotels is still the better option for those who want to be pampered. All this and more with Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from the International Luxury Travel Market and the Fairmont Monte-Carlo
Join Dr. "J" on Friday, October 31, 2014, as she broadcasts live from The Fairmont Southampton Bermuda Resort
Live Wednesday May 28th 6-7:00PM CST join "Dance Chat!" Your host Randy Coleman has all of the latest news from the world of Dance and Entertainment with our TRENDING HOT "Break the Floor" segment. ALSO Executive Staff from the beautiful "Fairmont Hotel" in Chicago stop by to tell us about all the exciting things in store for IDC attendees at this years 2014 National Finals! Also it is your TURN to TALK when we "Run it by Randy!" Call us to be on the air at 714-242-5139 or message us at facebook.com/internationaldancechallenge You may email us as well anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org "Dance Chat" the ground breaking series for the IDC Radio Network.
Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. Regular contributor on Money For Lunch
David Lund international hospitality financial leadership expert. He has held positions as a Regional Financial Controller, Corporate Director and Hotel Manager with Fairmont Hotels & Resorts. He authored an award winning workshop on hospitality financial leadership. David coaches hospitality executives, leads group facilitations with hospitality teams and delivers his Financial Leadership Training workshop throughout the world. He earned his CHAE from HFTP in 2006, and he is a Certified Professional Coach
Jay Rooke Executive Coach that works with entrepreneurs and business owners who want to bring their company to the next level. As a former attorney who spent most his career in business development, his business coaching practice provides real-world solutions for growth-oriented businesses. Jay is a Certified Advisor in the BOSI (pronounced “bossy”) methodology, which helps individuals and teams identify how they’re hard-wired in a business setting
Glenn E. Martin Founder, President and CEO WEED Inc., Former Executive Director of The World Trade Center Tucson. (Twin Towers licensee) Long time member of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. 27 years.International trade & barter specialist, precious metals mining development
Alissa has performed on stages across New England including Mohegan Sun, the Massachusetts State House, the Lowell Memorial Auditorium, the House of Blues, the Hard Rock Cafe, Narrows Center for the Arts, the Fairmont Copley Hotel, the RitzCarlton Boston, Twin River Casino and events for T. Skorman Entertainment, CES Boxing, Harvard University, MIT, corporations, charities and political candidates. She has held performance residencies at Scampi in Portsmouth, The Rice Barn in Needham MA, Seasons 52 in Chestnut Hill MA, the former EightyEight Lounge in Providence, Zaboo in Manchester NH and most recently, Point Street Pianos in Providence.
In addition to performing, Alissa is a piano/vocal teacher to 35 students in Massachusetts, a student at Harvard University, an advocate for music education through her campaign, Project MIOS and Miss Tri-County Massachusetts: an official preliminary to the Miss Massachusetts and Miss America Scholarship Organizations.
Few things are more oppressive than the debilitating weight of excessive debt. Learn how you can recapture your self empowerment to help others and yourself through this totally legal progam to completely eliminate your unsecured debt.
This week my program guest is David Fairmont, the founder of the Liberty Debt Elimination program. He will describe how his progarm has had a 100% success rate in its 13 years of existence.
Click here to go to The Sedona Connection website for the link to the Liberty Debt Elimination program.
Victoria, British Columbia is home to one of the society's most beloved traditions - Afternoon Tea. Our special guest this week is, Rob Anderson, Afternoon Tea Manager, Fairmont Empress.
Overlooking Victoria's sparkling Inner Harbor in the stately Afternoon Tea Lobby or under the hand-painted ceiling of the Library, Afternoon Tea is an absolute 'must do' for all who visit Victoria. Come with us for a virtual tour of this majestic tea room that has entertained and delighted hotel guests and international visitors for nearly a century.
More information on Afternoon Tea at the Fairmont Empress can be found at http://www.fairmont.com/empress/GuestServices/Restaurants/AfternoonTea.htm
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June 21, 2015 CECISFM want to say thank you our Father the Late Bobbie Bowens Sr. and John Welchel of American Cast Iron Pipe (retired) and the Father's who support us each day Enjoy !!!
What some might not know is that the celebration has a religious history born out of tragedy
Grace Golden Clayton, a resident of Fairmont, West Virginia, was the first person on record to petition for Father’s Day. In December 1907, a mine explosion in a nearby town killed more than 360 men, many of them fathers. The tragedy left 1,000 children fatherless, which troubled Clayton.
Father’s Day has become a day of gift-giving and relaxation for many, but that is far from the original intention behind the day,
" Father’s Day is to acknowledge the importance of close bonds, loving relationships and unconditional love that endures all the joys and pains, ups and downs of human relationships,"
President Calvin Coolidge supported the idea of a national holiday in 1924, but it wasn’t until 1972, when President Richard Nixon made it a federal holiday, that it became permanent.
The campaign to celebrate the nation’s fathers did not meet with the same enthusiasm–perhaps because, as one florist explained, “fathers haven’t the same sentimental appeal that mothers have.” On July 5, 1908, a West Virginia church sponsored the nation’s first event explicitly in honor of fathers, a Sunday sermon in memory of the 362 men who had died in the previous December’s explosions at the Fairmont Coal Company mines in Monongah, but it was a one-time commemoration and not an annual holiday. The next year, a Spokane,Washington woman named Sonora Smart Dodd, one of six children raised by a widower, tried to establish an official equivalent to Mother’s Day for male parents. She went to local churches, the YMCA, shopkeepers and government officials to drum up support for her idea, and she was successful: Washington State celebrated the nation’s first statewide Father’s Day on July 19, 1910. Slowly, the holiday spread. In 1916, President Wilson honored the day by using telegraph signals to unfurl a flag in Spokane when he pressed a button in Washington, D.C.In 1924, President Calvin Coolidge urged state governments to observe Father’s Day. However, many men continued to disdain the day. As