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Special hotel campaign rewards volunteerism with a free/discount night stay

Special hotel campaign rewards volunteerism with a free/discount night stay

LatinaLista — While volunteering is always good for the soul, not to mention the community, it's now also good for a free or discounted night at a posh hotel.

Sage Hospitality is the mother company of such fine hotels as Marriott, Starwood, Hilton, various water resorts and over 50 hotels/resorts across the country.
Part of their corporate philosophy is to give back to the community. This time, they want to give back to the people who are helping the community be a better place to live.
Give a Day, Get a Night is a campaign that supports volunteerism.

Complete 8 hours of volunteer service to a registered 501(c)3 non profit organization to qualify to receive 50% off the published room rate -- or maybe a complimentary night (limited availability).

The offer goes through December 20, 2009. Just follow the guidelines on how to register for the discount/free room and be sure to have the necessary documents to prove you volunteered.
As Sage Hospitality proves -- the rewards for helping others can come full circle.

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