Monthly Archives: March 2019

Here are the top five cities where you should not rent a car for business travel

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There are a handful of cities in the U.S. that I recommend that you should not rent a car but use taxi’s or services like Uber or Lyft to get around. I will always remember my $40 daily car rental in San Francisco that when I arrived at the hotel I paid a $75 daily […]

There are certain “rules of travel” that you never break –

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With over 30 years of travel under my belt, I have identified a list of rules of travel that you should never break. One of those rules is “Never fly the same day your cruise departs”.  I have followed this rule for decades but last Wednesday I decided I would take an early flight to […]

Executive Travel Tests TMC Model Based On No Fees, Data Transparency And Blockchain

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Several years ago, Lincoln, Neb.-based travel management company Executive Travel launched a no-fee option for online-originating transactions. The catch: Clients that took the deal had to source all hotels through the agency to generate a revenue stream that would fund online fulfillment, online booking tool fees and some profit margin. Since then, CEO Steve Glenn […]

How to trade 9 degrees below zero for 85 degrees this weekend for less than you think –

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You can get out of this cold right now. Many people think they have to plan months in advance for a winter vacation. This morning on my ride to work I thought I would check to see what it would cost me for a short trip to Cancun leaving Thursday and returning Sunday. Turns out […]