Football Fans Score Big When They Stay at Courtyard by Marriott Hotels
Bethesda, MD.- This fall, Courtyard by Marriott is the ideal hotel brand for football fans. Now through November 22, stay the weekend at any of 670 participating Courtyard hotels throughout the U.S. and Canada and receive a $25 NFLShop.com or TicketsNow.com gift certificate. Guests must book using promotional code NF2 and complete their stays by December 13, 2009. To receive the $25 gift card, the weekend stay must include a Friday or Saturday night.*
These gift certificates give fans extra spending money towards their favorite player’s jersey and other team gear at NFLshop.com, or tickets to an upcoming football game or other event on TicketsNow.com.
In addition, all guests who stay at any participating Courtyard hotel in the U.S. and Canada any night of the week from now until November 22, 2009, will be automatically entered to win a grand prize trip to New York to meet pro-football commentator James Brown on the set of his show. Other prizes include a 50-inch flat screen TV and Courtyard gift cards.
Courtyard has been a leader in the upper-moderately priced lodging tier for more than 25 years by offering travelers the amenities they need on the road such as free Wi-Fi in the lobby and guest rooms, as well as a 24-hour market for sundries and snacks. There are currently more than 840 Courtyard hotels to choose from in nearly 30 countries around the world.
The popular brand is undergoing a system wide makeover, and is recognized as the perfect hotel choice for business and leisure travelers alike. Nearly 70 Courtyard hotels now feature the popular Refreshing Business lobby concept, which includes guest amenities such as healthier food options at The Bistro – Eat.Drink.Connect.™ and the new interactive GoBoard™ technology. To learn more about Courtyard’s reinvention, go to www.gocourtyard.com.
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