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Green Lodging News Publisher Glenn Hasek 2016 SWFL Sustainability Summit Presenter

Glenn HasekGlenn Hasek is publisher and editor of Green Lodging News, a weekly email newsletter now reaching more than 5,100 opt-in subscribers and website receiving more than one million visits annually. Green Lodging News covers topics ranging from energy management and water conservation to waste management and green design. Green Lodging News coverage emphasizes breaking news and trends impacting not only the environment, but also the bottom line as well.

Hasek, who has been quoted in many national news publications on green travel, launched Green Lodging News in July 2006. He has more than 20 years of writing and editing experience in the lodging industry. He worked as an editor with Hotel & Motel Management (now Hotel Management) from 1989 to 1996 and then again from 2000 to 2001. He first wrote about environment-related lodging industry news with Hotel & Motel Management in 1990.

Glenn worked as associate editor of IndustryWeek magazine from 1996 to 2000 where he managed two projects: the IndustryWeek 1000 and the World’s 100 Best Managed Companies. Since 2001 he has owned his own publishing and public relations consulting company—Hasek Communications L.L.C. and has received numerous professional awards for his work. He has been a featured speaker and moderator at many lodging industry events—green lodging conferences, HD Expo, brand conventions, and the International Hotel, Motel + Restaurant Show (IHMRS)—now called HX: The Hotel Experience. In 2013 and 2014 he helped organize the Hospitality Green Division of IHMRS.

Hasek graduated from Bluffton College with a B.A. in Communication and Religion in 1984 and attended Ohio University, studying journalism at the graduate level. He can be reached at editor(at)greenlodgingnews.com or by phone at (813) 510-3868.

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