Director of Sleep
In my prior post I asked: “What is a Director of Sleep?”
I probed a bit further.
Usually a Director of Sleep is someone in a Hospital, a Mental or a Geriatric Institution who has specialized in sleep deprivation.
Thanks to the Learning Journey Blog and Cater Research I now know a bit more about the Director of Sleep of Travelodge.
As first Director of Sleep at a hefty UK pnd 60,000 Travelodge appointed Wayne Munnelly in January 2006: “To ensure that guests get a good nightâ€™s sleep in the hotel groupâ€™s 25,000 UK beds.” Apparently he was succeeded by Leigh McCarron.
He does not “sit on” the Board of Travelodge and he is not “married with children”. Puns intended, because although English is not my mother tongue I doubt Travelodge is using proper English on their site.
So where other hotels only have a Pillow Menu, Travelodge has real pro and he shows it:
According to an April 7th, 2008 Press Release Research by OnePoll in March 2008 carried out among 2248 Britons showed that the top 5 artists getting Britons sound asleep are:
2. James Blunt
3. Snow Patrol
4. Take That, and
5. Norah Jones
I kind of like it. I may even continue with a separate category: “The Director of Sleep Sez”