Thanks for the link and for the extra info dude.
Your work experience looks good. Looks to me like you even have some leadership there with the mentoring and coaching, which is a nice extra. Now, other than your story of being let go from school, I don't see any major issues. Maybe that your industry is not necessarily one of the "preferred industries", but MBA programs are actually happy to diversify by taking successful candidates from all industries. You have that great GMAT, very good grades, excellent progression in your work experience, and a bit of extras which are necessary. When you apply emphasize both this progression, and any leadership you have so that the schools will know that you are one of the best in your industry.
I think with what you have, you can reasonably apply to Top 20 schools, and from the schools you have chosen, Wharton and Tuck will be pretty tough, but then you have Emory and UNC, at which you would be competitive. It's not entirely clear to me how you came up with this list, i.e. what your criteria in your school selection are, but its a good start, although you may want to add one to two more schools.
Other than that, the main thing to think about now is your goal - if you are going for a career change, how will you justify that? What proof can you give of your potential success? Or if it's for the moment just an idea, you might be better off going with management goals related to the hospitality industry. Something to think about.
I hope this helps, and if there's anything else, just drop a line,
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