AHLA’s Chip Rogers On Super Bowl And Human Trafficking

In this special report, LODGING Editor-in-Chief Dennis Nessler catches up with AHLA President and CEO Chip Rogers to discuss the issue of human trafficking as the Super Bowl approaches. Rogers emphasizes the importance of increasing awareness, employee training and a recent fund generated for survivors, all aimed at helping the industry take the lead on fighting human trafficking throughout the U.S.

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