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Stacy Steponate Greenberg has spent twenty years in the travel and hospitality industry, all of it in the luxury world, including lengthy stints with Hyatt Hotels and Starwood Hotels. Today, Stacy operates her luxury travel blog Gate1A.com. She is also known far and wide as Mrs. Greeny, the better half of ESPN's Mike Greenberg, with whom she travels to many of the biggest sporting events in the world. She also spends a great deal of time on Twitter (@stacygsg) documenting their travel and correcting as many of her husband's endless mistakes as possible. Stacy's greatest priorities are her two children, Nikki and Stephen, and her dog Phoebe, all of whom have made her security-obsessed. In addition, she loves all Chicago sports teams and still hopes to someday have dinner with Michael Jordan.
Stacy Greenberg’s Safety Secrets: Meeting Protection 1’s CEO

Stacy Greenberg’s Safety Secrets: Meeting Protection 1’s CEO

I have to admit that as a self-proclaimed safety enthusiast, I find Protection 1 a very interesting company. Recently, I was able to meet their CEO, Tim Whall, and I found the experience enlightening and educational. And not just because he is the most informed Michigan State fan in the ... Read More »

Stacy Greenberg’s Safety Secrets: How to Travel Smart

Stacy Greenberg’s Safety Secrets: How to Travel Smart

One important thing that I’ve realized over the years is that traveling with kids is different than traveling by yourself. It’s important to be prepared with things like a travel sized cleaning kit, and to be cautious when selecting your carry-on bags. I tend to be more protective when I’m with my ... Read More »

Stacy Greenberg’s Safety Secrets: How Video Cameras Enhance a Home Security System

Stacy Greenberg’s Safety Secrets: How Video Cameras Enhance a Home Security System

I didn’t expect this: my video cameras changed everything. Just having access to the videos adds a dimension of convenience to my security and lets me go the extra mile in keeping an eye on things. It’s easy to think “Oh, the cameras just record things if there’s a problem.” ... Read More »

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