I recently went to Amarillo Texas for a few days of business. Of course, after the normal business day, I'd enjoy dinner with my wife, who almost always accompanies me on my trips. When checking in, I usually make small talk with the front desk.. I guess I told the front desk clerk that I was passing through and that I hoped to see my daughter while on this trip. Little did I expect that information to be emblazoned across the top of my folio once I received it via e-mail. "visiting daughter" "passing through" printed below my name on the folio. I called the hotel days later and was informed that they could'nt take that off of the folio, and was told that Marriott likes to know your purpose of visit. Not a problem for me but I guess it is when printed on the receipt for which I will now have to explain to accounts payable. I told the young lady that I went to supper, swam in their pool and even saw a movie during my stay but wouldn't expect to see that either printed on the folio. If the purpose is to find out the reason, I think in short order it would be self defeating as most (me included) will just respond; "business", and Marriott won't gain accurate information. I don't remember this type of thing ever happening to me before and am surprised that if this is a new protocol, that it is being tolerated. I for one do not like it. Anyone else have this happen...or think its a big deal?