With our ‘Honor a Hero Giveaway’, we’re giving our fans a voice in which they can honor their own everyday heroes during this holiday season.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2011
Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel is celebrating this upcoming holiday season by encouraging their customers to honor their own personal heroes. From November 30 to December 9, Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel will hold their “Honor a Hero Giveaway”, giving away a complimentary stay and prizes to a deserving serviceman or servicewoman.
To enter, participants must “Like” Marines’ Memorial Club on Facebook and nominate someone currently serving or who has served that they think deserves to win a one night stay at Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel. Users should tag their nominated hero (@name) in their post. The entry that receives the most “Likes” will win a one night stay in one of the beautiful rooms at Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel, as well as a special item of their choice from the Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel Store and two tickets to Michael Londra’s Celtic Yuletide, Marines’ Memorial Theater’s annual show of festive holiday songs and traditional Irish carols. The contest begins November 30 and will run until December 9. A deserving winner will be announced on December 12.
“We give thanks every day to the brave men and women who have fought for the freedoms we all enjoy,” said Michael Allen, General Manager at Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel. “With our ‘Honor a Hero Giveaway’, we’re giving our fans a voice in which they can honor their own everyday heroes during this holiday season.”
To enter the “Honor a Hero Giveaway”, visit the Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel Facebook page today.
About the Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel
Originally created as a “living memorial” to the U.S. Marines who served in the Pacific during World War II, the Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel has been a fixture of San Francisco’s Union Square neighborhood since 1946. The 1920s-style Beaux-Arts hotel blends modern touches with a rich history, featuring 138 well-appointed guestrooms, a top-floor restaurant and a 646-seat historic theatre. The hotel is open to club members and guests visiting San Francisco.