Ramada by Wyndham is launching a global search to send one qualified foodie on an adventure of a lifetime. Our Chief Eats Officer (“CEO”) will travel across the globe with Ramada, exploring the intersection of food and culture while uncovering top culinary delights along the way. Best of all, the gig comes with a USD10,000 payday and bragging rights for having the most mouthwatering job.
If you’re a food-obsessed, social media–savvy adventure-seeker open to new global experiences, we invite you to apply to be our new “CEO.”
Citizens of the following countries can participate in the contest.
Argentina, Australia, Canada (excluding Quebec), Germany, India, Mexico, New Zealand, Thailand, Turkey, the United Kingdom, or the 50 United States or the District of Columbia.
We all love to collect souvenirs. Right ? Be it a key chain or fridge magnet, we all collect something. Over the period of 10 years, I too have collected many items, including restaurant bills. There is no specific reason why I collect them. Be it Kyrgyzstan or Romania, my travel history is filled with lots of unique souvenirs. What is your most memorable souvenir you have collected so far ?
Marriott International (NASDAQ: MAR) recently announced that it’s expanding an initiative to replace tiny, single-use toiletry bottles of shampoo, conditioner and bath gel in guestroom showers with larger, pump-topped bottles. To date, the company has already rolled out larger bottles at about 1,000 properties in North America, and now expects most of its other hotels to make the switch by December 2020. When fully implemented across the globe, Marriott International’s expanded toiletry program is expected to prevent about 500 million tiny bottles annually from going to landfills; that’s about 1.7 million pounds of plastic, a 30% annual reduction from current amenity plastic usage.
I just hope other luxury hotels around the world will take such initiative soon.