Electronic House Call E-Letter
Since 1997, the Electronic House Call (EHC) has been my way to share personal
observations, insights and general items of interest to the hospitality community. It is a short format that can be
read in just a couple of minutes (who has time to digest pages of text anyway?)
In case you are wondering about whether there is value here for you, take a look
at some comments from EHC subscribers. Even though the EHC is free, there are
still a few things you might want to know before you subscribe:
Your name and contact information will never be made available to any third party. Period. You can access the
Not going to happen. I do not set out to intentionally annoy anyone, but the EHC will always be a means for me to
express what I see and what I think it means. You may or may not agree with me, but your agreement -- while
reassuring -- it is not required. My purpose is to get you to think in a slightly different way ... or at least
become aware of your own preconceived ideas. That is not always comfortable. It can, however, be quite
I do not want EHC to become overly commercial ... AND I reserve the right to include brief notes about specific
events, products, services and subscriber-only deals from time to time. If you have a philosophical aversion to
such offers, just know that I typically put them toward the end of the issue or in the margins so you aren't forced
to read them and risk offending your tender sensibilities. (The EHC is free but I still have a mortgage. Get over
Add your name to the EHC mailing list. The price is
right ... and you can unsubscribe at any time.
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But if you want more, you can subscribe to the
EHC Special Edition. It contains three times the information of the Complimentary Edition ... for a nominal
annual subscription of $39 -- just 75 cents an issue!
The EHC Special Edition is also included as part of my Gold Group membership. This gives you a risk-free way to check out all the perks of
membership (including the EHC Special Edition).
The dual format lets you choose the level of information you can absorb. My hope is that the option of receiving
as much -- or as little -- as you want will help the EHC remain a welcome resource that you look forward to