Changes in Holiday Travel & Spending


Guests:

Barbara Richardson
*Executive Vice President, Amtrak

Jerry Cheske
*Spokesman, American Automobile Association

John Ydstie (2-way)(update on ecomony)
*NPR's Economic Reporter

Pam Lundquist
*Owner of 3 retail stores in San Francisco

Michael Lomonaco
*Executive Chef, Windows on the World (NY restaurant destroyed by September 11th terrorist attack)

The day before thanksgiving should be one of the busiest travel days of the year. The day after usually finds many Americans at shopping malls. Will you be one of the them? Fears about the economy have retailers worried, and fewer people traveling on airplanes. How will this holiday season be different? Travel and spending after September 11th.

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