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‘Fueligans’ Hit the Airwaves for 100th Episode of Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast with Live AMA


As entertaining as they are informative, the Fuel team – affectionately known as ‘Fueligans’ – hails the mark of its 100th episode of the Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast with an AMA live stream this Friday, November 30th, at 1:30 p.m. EST.

For the monumental episode, Fuel brings back the popular ‘Ask Me Anything’ format where listeners can submit any marketing-related questions to the Fuel team via Twitter, Facebook or email to info@fueltravel.com. Catch the live 100th episode or submit a question by visiting www.fueltravel.com/100-podcast-episode/

Fuel – the travel and tourism industry experts on driving direct bookings – hosts the industry’s number-one marketing podcast. Bi-weekly, thousands of hospitality professionals and vendors tune in to listen to the Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast to learn the latest marketing tips, tricks, and trends. Every episode is jam-packed with remarkable info that helps improve brand’s marketing performance, put more heads in beds and increase RevPAR.

“With so many hospitality innovations and technologies available, our team is dedicated to sharing and discussing industry news and trends to help make life easier for hoteliers and hotel marketers,” said Stuart Butler, chief operating officer of Fuel. “We introduced the ‘Ask Me Anything’ format for our 50th episode, and it was a lot of fun. Now with more listeners than ever, we are expecting a ton of thought-provoking, marketing-related questions from our audience.”

Fuel is a comprehensive digital marketing agency with an emphasis in travel and tourism; services include website development, SEO, PPC, email marketing and more. To get started, visit FuelTravel.com.

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