HELP HURRICANE SANDY VICTIMS & WIN A FREE TWO NIGHT STAY!
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ALBUQUERQUE, NM — Peak Hospitality, an Albuquerque

based Hotel Management Company, will be offering a chance for free

hotel stays at all of their locations during the month of November and

December. You may register for the free nights stay at any of Peak

Hospitality’s twelve (12) locations in New Mexico, Arizona and Texas.

A donation of $5.00 is recommended but not required. This is in

conjunction with the American Red Cross who has already assigned more

than 5,000 workers to assist in the affected areas hit by Hurricane

Sandy.

The twelve locations are as follows: In New Mexico, Hotel Don

Fernando de Taos in Taos, Adobe Inn & Studios and Garrett’s Desert Inn

in Santa Fe, The Western Star Inn, Comfort Inn (soon to be Ramada) in

Albuquerque; The Super 8 in Rio Rancho and the EconoLodge in

Lordsburg. In Arizona, The Rainbow Lake Lodge in Lakeside-Pinetop and

the Lookout Lodge in Tombstone. And in Texas; Howard Johnson North in

Austin, Western Inn in West Columbia, and Studio 6 in Port Arthur.

“We have been moved by the videos and photographs of devastation that

the eastern seaboard, it’s cities and communities have endured this

past week, and want to do something meaningful” said Theo Barela,

President of Peak Hospitality. “Our Managers were talking about ways

to help and thought this is a way for us to get many people involved”.

“While there is little most of us can physically do to help, we know

that the American Red Cross is already hard at work but in need of

financial assistance to keep the effort going.”

All proceeds will benefit the American Red Cross’s Hurricane Sandy

clean up effort. Participants will be entered to win a two night stay

at any Peak Hotel. Drawings will be held once per month at the end of

November and December. No donation or purchase is necessary, but a $5

donation is requested.
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