Christina Ernst said that it was difficult reading the news stories online today. “I took the results hard since I run three businesses based on travel,” said Ernst, of VIP Southern Tours Wine Tours. “I have had a few clients reach out to me regarding moving, but I think this attitude will change in a few years. I am concerned on short-term travel with clients, and international travel. I do believe we will see a surge in last-minute travel on both inbound and outbound travel this holiday season.” “Between hotels, casinos and golf courses, Trump has a demonstrated interest in the hospitality industry,” Rick Hurlbut, a travel industry professional. “While his personal assets will now be placed in a blind trust, there's good reason to believe he will enact policies which benefit the tourism industry - if only to further his own business interests.” Get the full story at TravelPulse and Travel Market Report Read also "Tui boss: 'US election outcome will have less impact on travel industry than Brexit'" at TTG