CHEVY CHASE, MD.—PM Hotel Group hotels from coast to coast adjusted their exterior light to glow amber last Tuesday evening to support the National Covid Memorial installed by the Presidential Inaugural Committee on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
At 5:30 p.m. every hotel in the PM Hotel Group portfolio from New York City to Portland, Ore., accompanied iconic buildings across the United States to light the night amber in honor of the 400,000 Americans who have been lost to Covid.
“Every American has been impacted by the pandemic. Honoring the lost family, friends, team members and neighbors is part of who we are as a company. By working together to support this campaign, our hotels became part of something bigger,” said Joseph Bojanowski, President of PM Hotel Group. “It’s important to remember the impact we can have when we band together to promote issues that affect each of us and our communities.”
In addition to glowing amber, each hotel shared the moment with guests. At the Hilton Baltimore|BWI hotel guests were invited to participate by lighting a candle or ringing a hotel bell during the evening vigil.
PM Hotel Group develops and delivers memorable guest experiences and is committed to travelers’ health and wellness. The company is committed to ensuring Peace of Mind and has created its signature program Peace of Mind by PM Hotel Group to enhance guest confidence during this time when circumstances require greater vigilance to cleanliness and safety.