The hotel room shampoo? That’s a gimme. Go ahead and toss those extra coffee packets in your carry-on, too. But what about those nice, fluffy towels? Or the comfy robe? Or—just maybe—the high-end hair dryer?
Hotels put nice things in your room so you’ll feel more at home there. But what can you really bring home—and what needs to be left behind when you check out? Travel expert Carol Margolis says there’s a fine line between helping yourself to amenities and committing petty theft—and she’ll help your listeners figure out if they can bring home things like:
- Soap, shampoo, conditioner and body wash.
- Coffee cups—and coffee makers, too.
- Remote controls, irons and hair dryers.
- Towels, robes and slippers.
- Clock radios, blankets—and even the Bible.
Plus! Ask Carol about the unusual uses she’s found for everyday hotel amenities—like sugar, trouser hangers and straws—to make your hotel stay even better!
“[Carol has written] the Bible for business travelers!” —Jack Canfield, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul
CREDENTIALS: As CEO of an international consulting firm, Carol Margolis has spent the last 25 years traveling all over the world. She has been a frequent radio and television guest, appearing on Good Morning America and Fox News, and has been featured in USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. She is the author of BUSINESS TRAVEL SUCCESS: How to Reduce Stress, Be More Productive and Travel with Confidence.
AVAILABILITY: Florida, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
CONTACT: Carol Margolis, (877) 212-7364 (FL); firstname.lastname@example.org; www.smartwomentravelers.com