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Reader comment on: The Pakistan Puzzle

Submitted by Gustavo Cavaliere (Argentina), Oct 17, 2008 11:28

Last month's deadly blast at Marriott Hotel in Islamabad was shocking. Attacks like this happened before and will happen again. The hospitality business must face this reality and minimize any future undesirable outcomes.

Hotels presently do not have adequate defense measures. Their security protocols are incomplete and obsolete.

In Dubai, the recurring subject of dinner party conversations by the beach-side villas in this city has not been "will it happen here?" but "why hasn't it happened yet?" The reality is that a direct attack on Dubai is possible. Then the after-dinner conversation will surely change to "will it happen again?"'

Most of the top luxury Hotels of the world have security breaches making them incredibly vulnerable. The Feedback Company has designed a process that minimizes the risk of a possible successful attempt against your company┬┤s assets. Our program brings to hotel owners, managers and corporations the opportunity to evaluate and test their security against a potential terrorist attack.

Any terrorist attack to a luxury hotel, resort or casino would cause loss of life and damage their business and country's economy. I invite all owners, managers, directors or CEO┬┤s from any hotel to have their properties evaluated. It is time to act, anticipate and minimize any possibility of another hotel terrorist hit.

Gustavo Cavaliere
CEO - Executive Director
The Feedback Company
www.thefeedbackcompany.org
gcc@thefeedbackcompany.org


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