Trump Thump: What's The Fallout?

Posted on November 11, 2016

Photo via Flickr user Michael Vadon
Photo via Flickr user Michael Vadon
What Trump's Presidency Could Mean for Corporate Travel: "There's just a great deal of broad uncertainty," Hilton Worldwide CEO Christopher Nassetta said. "Companies and CEOs, when they have a little more certainty, do want to start to make decisions again to start investing and hiring and traveling and doing all the things they need to do to drive the growth in their business." Business Travel News article here

Trump Will Get A Fancy New Limo When He Becomes President: As one might expect, the vehicle’s exact features and specifications are kept a secret, but it’s safe to say The Beast is more of a tank than automobile. Trump’s limousine will be one of the first modeled after the Cadillac Escalade rather than a sedan from GM's luxury brand. Car Buzz article here

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Photo via Flickr user jamvitter
A Walking Tour Of Donald Trump’s Atlantic City: The Republican nominee was once the largest employer in this beachside New Jersey town, owning three massive casinos that adorned his name. But before long, it all came slowly crashing down. Last month, years after Trump lost control of the property in messy bankruptcy proceedings, his crown jewel shut down. There is no longer a single Trump property in Atlantic City. Vocativ article here

Related Topics: Atlantic city, business travel, Cadillac, Cadillac Escalade, corporate travel, Donald Trump, election, hotels, Presidential limousines, research and trends

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