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A rising tide raises all boats: The wine tourism industry gets a wake up call from Michael Mondavi

Last month I went to the first Wine Tourism Conference –  a major contrast from what I’m usually doing mid November: learning from the travel industry’s heavy hitters and the hottest startups at the PhoCusWright Conference.  For those of you that know PCW, the WTC couldn’t be more opposite. Thank goodness the wine tourism industry […]

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Life is what happens while you’re busy making other plans: Celebrating those “I can’t believe I’m doing this” career moments

Looking back at what I’ve already done in my career is something I haven’t really thought about until now. Most of us are so focused on what needs to happen today, tomorrow, next week and in the future, it’s not easy to look back and be grateful for all of those opportunities you’ve had already. […]

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St. Maarten’s Gem: The legacy of Stars & Stripes lives on at the 12 Metre Challenge

If you’ve ever watched the America’s Cup or sailed you will love this and it is worth traveling to St Maarten just for the opportunity to do it! Two weeks ago, I had the chance of a lifetime to race on one of the fastest yachts in the world – the America’s Cup winning yacht, […]

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