Good Morning Hospitality
The Good Morning Hospitality series will go live on Monday 19 October [Credit: GMH]

Good Morning Hospitality Monday morning series to go live

US: Wil Slickers, host of Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast, has joined forces with modern noise monitoring company NoiseAware and membership-based zero commission hotel booking platform Bidroom to launch a new hospitality morning show, Good Morning Hospitality, which will go out live every Monday morning in the United States.

At a time when many businesses have closed down or risen during the last seven months with Covid-19, Slickers, the host of Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast, is determined to create new “game changers” in the hospitality space by joining forces with NoiseAware and Bidroom to create a new hospitality morning show which will go live every Monday morning.

Good Morning Hospitality
Good Morning Hospitality

Unlike the regular Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast programme, in which industry expert and creator of the inaugural Destinationaire Award, Wil Slickers, interviews some of the biggest names in the vacation rental, hotel and restaurant industries, Slickers and his new co-hosts, Michael Goldin, director of business development at NoiseAware, and Michael Ros, CEO of Bidroom, formed Good Morning Hospitality to be a new way for hospitality professionals in all segments to engage, stay informed, and even be featured on the show as they go live on all platforms at the start of each working week.

Slickers said: “I love running Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast and nothing will stop that. It’s become very popular and I am publishing more episodes than ever to keep up with the demand.

“After I did an episode with Michael Goldin, he and I both recognised we had a lot more fun than expected and started thinking of ways we could do something like that more often. Once the name came to life, we realised we were really on to something cool and exciting!

“We wanted to get a third co-host on the show who wasn’t in short-term rentals and could bring a cool dynamic to the show,” he added. 

Goldin said: “Wil and I had a lot of fun together and “talking shop” on his podcast and I was definitely excited to find ways to keep doing this! I am a big fan of Monday mornings, so the concept for Good Morning Hospitality was even more exciting as I knew it would be something new and exciting for both short-term rentals and hotels.”

Ros from Bidroom recently recorded a podcast episode with Slickers and will bring something new to the table when it comes to hotels and how people book them. The trio will be hosting and launching their first live show together on the morning of 19 October, with the time to be released in due course.

For more information, visit the Good Morning Hospitality page on Facebook ahead of the launch of the new website. 

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