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Stay at Magnolia Hotels This Holiday Season and Give Back to
Ronald McDonald Charities



Denver, Colo. – Nov. 29, 2012
– Magnolia Hotels have teamed up with local Ronald McDonald House Charities to give back this holiday season. The hotels’ “Black Friday” sale will donate 15 percent of all new bookings in December and January to local RMHC organizations. RMHC offers loving, home-like environments, where families can find support and share experiences with others while on their journey to overcome a critical childhood illness.
 
“We are overcome with gratitude for this partnership,” said Lindsey Rai Ehlers, director of development for the Omaha RMHC. “The impact Magnolia Hotels will have on these families is extraordinarily far reaching. This opportunity to collaborate is another prime example of how generous both Magnolia and the Omaha community are and how much they truly care about our families.”
 
Hotel associates also are providing volunteer hours to RMHC throughout 2013. In-kind donations in the form of hotel room nights and linens will be donated to the organization. The corporate and hotel-based sales teams also are donating the cash equivalent of their annual sales gifts to local RMHC chapters in a lump sum.
 
“Giving back is part of our company’s philosophy,” said Sarah Holtze Treadway, executive vice president for Stout Street Hospitality, the company that manages all five Magnolia properties. “RMHC is a locally-based organization. This gives us a great opportunity to partner with a wonderful organization while making a big impact in the communities where we live and work.”
 
Rates for this special promotion begin at $99 per night, however nightly rates may vary based on the property and time of reservation.
 
For more information or to reserve one of Magnolia Hotels’ “Black Friday” offers, please visit www.magnoliahotels.com or call (888) 915-1110.
 
Magnolia Hotels are managed by Denver-based Stout Street Hospitality, a privately held hotel management and development company that operates upscale boutique hotels catering to the sophisticated traveler. The company focuses on development, management, acquisition, re-branding, new construction and conversation of existing hotel properties. The core product line consists of award-winning, independent boutique hotels under the Magnolia brand that offer a style unlike that of trendy or branded hotels. The company currently operates hotels in Denver, Colo.; Dallas, Houston, and Bryan, Texas; and Omaha, Neb., and is exploring other markets for additional growth opportunities. For more information, visit www.stoutstreethospitality.com.

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Contact: 

Kristin Yantis
Malen Yantis Public Relations
(970) 949-7919
kyantis@myprco.com

Mike Pratt
Stout Street Hospitality
(303) 607-1127
mpratt@stoutstreethospitality.com


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