Faculty Program Director Michael Clayton knows a thing or two about the performance of big global brands in difficult times. Before he became an educator, Clayton worked on the Chevrolet and Dodge accounts at two advertising agencies in Detroit.
Transporting the world’s ever-expanding number of people and supply of goods requires continual growth and adaptation by dozens of industries which—directly and indirectly—move us and our materials by land, sea, or sky.
Would you like a view of the Strip? A penthouse overlooking the pool? A photo of yourself flanked by showgirls? If you’re like most Las Vegas visitors, you’re not looking for the standard treatment; you want the experience of a lifetime.