HOTELSHARK RESTRICTS BROKERAGE SERVICES LISTINGS
Added: (Sat May 12 2001)
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Review website helps hoteliers by screening agents for hospitality industry experience.
PALO ALTO, CALIF. (May 14, 2001) - HotelShark™; the online publication that collects, summarizes, and publishes opinions on hotels, resorts, and inns; announced today that it will restrict entries in the Brokerage Services section of its website to agents with hotel industry experience.
HotelShark considers a broker to have hotel industry experience if he or she is the listing agent for at least four hospitality properties, or is an employee of a recognized hotel and motel specialist brokerage. HotelShark said that it would use publicly available information sources to verify the experience of applicants to its Brokerage Services section.
HotelShark is available free of charge on the Internet at http://www.hotelshark.com. HotelShark's Brokerage Services section is located at http://hotelshark.com/classifieds/brokerage.htm.
Tourists, business travelers, and hospitality industry professionals alike read HotelShark to get timely, unbiased reviews on accommodations in major cities. The classified advertising portion of HotelShark provides hotel owners and investors with a trusted resource for contacting brokers and agents experienced in hospitality property transactions.
HotelShark's editorial and operating guidelines are posted at http://hotelshark.com/how.htm. HotelShark is not affiliated with any travel agency, hotel company, or real estate firm.
HotelShark™ collects, summarizes, and publishes opinions on hotels, resorts, and inns. HotelShark is available free of charge on the Internet at http://www.hotelshark.com. HotelShark is owned by Eureka Media, Inc., a privately held corporation based in Palo Alto, California.