A FUN MAGAZINE
Hi Max: So I read the World
Hospitality Magazine and what a fun magazine this is! I love it. You
did a great design, a wonderful blend of text, photos and art, and the
whole thing gives the impression of pure luxury. I am sure the American
Hospitality Institute is very happy with it...Of
course you can quote me -- anywhere you like -- everything I said
about the beauty of the magazine is the absolute truth! I completely
understand, really, why you are doing it for free. Sometimes donating your
time and effort to a great cause like that is more rewarding than a pay
check. Dr. Ilil Arbel
CRACKING DOWN ON FAKE RECRUITERS
Hi: I am interested to see what you will
be writing about those fake and phony recruiters. Man, I am telling you,
they promised me the moon and got sh.. I agree with what you say, they
bluff. I found out networking and personal contacts with folks is the way
to go. Hey, I love your magazine. Great, yes sire, I love it. Harvey
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF
ARAMARK? ARE THEY FOR REAL?
I have a question for
you. I applied to multiple jobs at ARAMARK. They posted 10 or 15 jobs on
Hcareers.com Never heard from them. I emailed them again and again. But
nobody is home. They did not give a damn about my application. I have 15
years of experience as a chef and I am well known in my community. And
listen to this, one of the kids I trained here in El Paso, he applied for
the same job I applied for and he got it? Try now to figure that out? It is
crazy and I am pissed off. I am mad! J.L., Texas
FOR SALE: FRENCH
AMERICANS TRAVELING TO CANADA &
MEXICO NEED PASSPORTS NOW!
Dear Editor: I just
read this today. Unbelievable! Now, we need passports to get around, even
to Canada. Your readers should know about it. Thanks to new international
travel regulations announced recently by the U.S. State and Homeland
Security departments, Americans leaving the country -- even for a weekend
trip to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean -- are going to need a passport to
return home. Passports have long been a requirement for travel overseas --
meaning generally trips to another continent. Americans going to
neighboring countries needed only proof of citizenship to guarantee their
return to the country -- if they were asked at all. The Western Hemisphere
Travel Initiative, announced two weeks ago, will change that. Citing
post-9/11 security concerns, the departments said requiring the documents
will both expedite travel and provide better security for travelers.
The worst thing about all this mumbo jumbo is getting passport for Canada.
Canada? Can you believe it. And starting Dec. 31, 2007, a passport will be
necessary for all border crossings, regardless of destination or method of
travel. Is this what Bush wants to do? Bob Rose
EJ ASSOCIATES: SIMPLY THE BEST!
Thank you for the
nice article written about us. Stacy, EJ Associates.
note: You are welcome. We believe in you!