Old Jan 12, 19, 3:38 am
Join Date: Apr 2013
Posts: 891
It indeed creates attention to the program, but only in a negative way. And all this at the same moment that they choose to get rid of their unique selling proposition (minibar). Except for getting coverage, can you pinpoint any positive element about this show?

I wouldn’t call it a buzz, more a controversy. The programs is becoming the laughingstock of loyalty programs on the blogs and in travel circles.

It also gives an unprofessional and unorganised impression, not only this year. It is a recurring theme. This speaks more than the “thank you for your loyalty” mantra.

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