TV’s Don Wildman, Adam Richman to Moderate Hawaii Tourism Conference

hawaii rainbowFans of the Travel Channel and Food Network will recognize two of its most popular personalities “working” at the Hawaii Tourism Conference, with Don Wildman and Adam Richman serving as moderators for morning general sessions.  

Wildman, the host and narrator of Travel Channel’s long-running hit series Mysteries at the Museum, will moderate the session Immerse Yourself in Culture, Live Like a Local, on Wednesday, September 28.

The next day, September 29, Wildman will serve as moderator for the session Customized Travel and the Optimal Customer Experience: The Choice to Vacation Exactly How You Want with the Service You Deserve. Just as he does on the Travel Channel, Wildman will lead the audience on a fascinating journey of fact-finding in today’s travel world.

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On Aloha Friday, September 30, Richman will bring his culinary expertise from the Food Network and Travel Channel to his role as moderator for the session From Farmer’s Market to Market Square: The Global Guide to Culinary Tourism. Adding to the excitement of this session for foodies is the participation by two of the nation’s most celebrated chefs, Jonathan Waxman of New York City, and Hawaii’s own Roy Yamaguchi.

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