NEW JERSEY - Wyndham Hotels subsidiary Days Inn is set to hire a resident entomologist to study rare insects often found in their hotels and it could be a game changer for the brand.
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NEW JERSEY – Wyndham Hotels subsidiary Days Inn is set to hire a resident entomologist to study rare insects often found in their hotels and it could be a game changer for the brand.


Since 2014 there have been 85 different species of insects found on Days Inn grounds. The latest came in July of 2021 when a new species of Earwig was found in a Houston location.

The Entomological Society of America issued a press statement saying “The ESA is excited to provide any resources necessary to Days Inn. The scientific research on the blankets and towels of Days Inn have rivaled the deepest parts of the Amazon Rainforest.”

Days Inn President Patrick Breen was quoted “This will usher in a new era for our business and open different revenue streams for our shareholders”.

The move comes after the controversial decision to fire the staff of psychiatrists used to treat guests’ PTSD following a stay.


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