Posts By: Charley Dey

Exclusive Veteran Interview: General William L. “Spider” Nyland

Nicknamed “Spider” early in his career for a unique dress and singing style at a 1950s theme party, Marine General William L. “Spider” Nyland says the moniker stuck right away. “It’s the rules of call signs, you can’t pick your own and it’s usually given to you by a superior officer. It could have been… Read more »

Room Attrition And What It Means For Your Group

For military reunions large and small, hotel contracting is risky business. Regardless of the size of a group, the most important task a reunion chairman faces is to secure a hotel contract that meets the group’s needs without putting the group at financial risk. Room Attrition is a hotel legal term that says your group… Read more »

How will the Covid Aftermath Benefit Military Reunions?

Covid-19 wreaked havoc on our nation’s businesses, large and small. But no industry was hit worse than the hotel industry. It’s sad to see so many of our hotel friends furloughed. But what does this mean for reunions? Bargaining power! We are in a buyer’s market for the first time in over a decade. With… Read more »

America The Beautiful Tour Homage

  Molly and Ted were lucky enough to see some of the most magnificent sights our great nation has to offer on their month-long journey out west. If you’ve been following this series, you’ve seen highlights of the great west from Mt. Rushmore to the beautiful aspen clones of southwest Colorado. While the trip of… Read more »