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  • Two Hendricks County Women Selected as 2016 500 Festival Princesses

    February 18, 2016 No comments


    500 Festival Princesses will serve as ambassadors of the 500 Festival and Indiana


    INDIANAPOLIS (February 17, 2016) – The 500 Festival, a nonprofit organization committed to enriching the quality of life for Indiana residents and visitors, today announced that two college-aged women from Hendricks County have been selected from a record number of applicants to serve as 2016 500 Festival Princesses.


    The 2016 500 Festival Princesses, Hendricks County hometown, college or university and area of study are as follows (in alphabetical order):


    Nina DeWitt, Stilesville, a graduate of Brownsburg High School and a junior at IUPUI majoring in Biology and Spanish     

    Madeline Hayden, Plainfield, a graduate of Madeline Hayden and a junior at Purdue University majoring in Speech Language and Hearing Sciences


    The 500 Festival Princess Program has a long history of celebrating Indiana’s most civic-minded, academically driven college-aged women. Serving as a 500 Festival Princess provides young women with countless opportunities for leadership, networking, and professional development. 500 Festival Princesses will participate in the program’s personal and professional development initiative, which empowers participants to make a profound impact within their community and Indiana.


    Each 500 Festival Princess will receive a $1,000 scholarship, made possible in part by the 500 Festival Foundation. 500 Festival Princesses are also provided with once-in-a-life-time experiences, including involvement with the 500 Festival’s statewide community outreach programs, volunteering at 500 Festival events and participating in various Indianapolis Motor Speedway functions, including the pre-race ceremonies and Victory Circle celebration for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500.


    “For more than 50 years, the 500 Festival Princess Program has recognized Indiana’s brightest college-aged women. The program’s new personal and professional development initiative and the scholarships given to each young woman will reinforce its rich history,” said Leslie Carter-Prall, 500 Festival board member and princess program committee co-chair. “The 500 Festival is proud to take the lead on investing our time and resources to shape Indiana’s next generation of leaders.”


    The 2016 500 Festival Princesses represent 13 Indiana colleges and universities and 22 cities and towns across the state. With a cumulative GPA of 3.5, this year’s 500 Festival Princesses were selected from hundreds of applicants based upon their communication skills, commitment to service, leadership, scholarship, and professionalism.


    One of the 33 Princesses will be selected as the 2016 500 Festival Queen and will receive an additional $1,500 scholarship.The queen will be crowned May 21st during the 500 Festival Breakfast at the Brickyard, presented by Midwestern Engineers, Inc.


    Support of the 500 Festival Princess Program is provided by: Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Vera Bradley, The Sanctuary on Penn, retro 101, Macy’s, and the 500 Festival Foundation.

    To learn more about 500 Festival’s events and volunteer opportunities, please visit www.500festival.com.


    EDITOR’S NOTE: Individual and group photos can be viewed online here.


    About the 500 Festival

    Founded in 1957, the 500 Festival is a not-for-profit organization that produces more than 50 life-enriching events and programs while celebrating the spirit and legacy of the Indianapolis 500 and fostering positive impact on the city of Indianapolis and state of Indiana. One of the largest festivals in the nation, each year more than half a million people attend an event or program produced by the 500 Festival. Since its founding, the 500 Festival has contributed more than $350 million in economic value to Indianapolis. To learn more about the 500 Festival, please visit www.500festival.com, follow us on Twitter @500festival, or on Facebook.

  • Brownsburg Public Library Releases 2015 Annual Report

    February 18, 2016 No comments


    (Brownsburg, Indiana) – Did you know we checked out over 500,000 items in 2015? We were open 348 days with an average of 674 visits per day and we answered over 30,000 questions!  We’re busy here at Brownsburg Public Library and 2015 was no exception.


    Director, Denise Robinson, shares “Each year we take a look at our services and offerings and continue to work and tweak to provide personal and excellent service to our community. We want to be a destination for all ages!”


    To view the 2015 Annual report, visit http://www.bburglibrary.net/#!annual-report/ceda. Print copies are also available in the library.


    February 18, 2016 No comments


    INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 17, 2016The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter offers education for families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.

    The Association will host education program, “Know the 10 Signs,” on Wednesday, March 2, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Morgan County Library – Martinsville Branch, located at 110 S. Jefferson St., in Martinsville. This program will also be offered on Monday, March 14, from 10 to 11 a.m. at Fishers Parks and recreation, located at 11565 Brooks School Road, in Fishers. Finally, it will be offered on Tuesday, March 22, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Boone County Senior Services – Lebanon, located at 515 Crown Pointe Drive, in Lebanon. This introductory program provides attendees with an understanding of the difference between age-related memory loss and Alzheimer’s and what to do if they or someone they know has signs of the disease.

    The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease,” will be offered on Wednesday, March 2, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Boone County Senior Services – Zionsville, located at 1100 W. Oak St, in Zionsville. This program teaches attendees about detection, causes and risk factors, stages of the disease, treatment and much more.

    Education program “Effective Communication Strategies” will be held on Tuesday, March 8 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at Community Heart and Vascular Hospital, located at 8075 N. Shadeland Ave., in Indianapolis. Attendees will learn to decode the verbal and behavioral messages delivered by someone with dementia, and identify strategies to help them connect and communicate at each stage of the disease.

    Understanding and Responding to Dementia-Related Behaviors,” will be held on Tuesday, March 15 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at Community Heart and Vascular Hospital, located at 8075 N. Shadeland Ave., in Indianapolis, and Wednesday, March 16 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at PrimeLife Enrichment, located at 1078 Third Ave. SW, in Carmel. Attendees will learn about some of the common triggers for behaviors associated with dementia, how to assess the person’s needs and how to intervene effectively.

    New education program, “Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body: Tips from the Latest Research,” will be held on Wednesday, March 16, from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at PrimeLife Enrichment, located at 1078 Third Ave. SW, in Carmel. In this program, attendees will learn about the latest research providing insights on how to make lifestyle choices that may help them keep their brain and body healthy as they age, and use hands-on tools to help incorporate these recommendations into a plan for healthy aging.

    There are no fees to attend these programs, but registration is requested by contacting the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline at 800.272.3900. For a full listing of our education programs, visit alz.org/indiana.

    Today, more than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, including 110,000 Hoosiers. Alzheimer’s disease is the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death. The direct and indirect costs of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias amount to more than $226 billion annually.

    About the Alzheimer’s Association:

    The Alzheimer’s Association is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. It is the largest nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research. The Association’s mission is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Its vision is a world without Alzheimer’s. Visit alz.org/indiana or call 800.272.3900.


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    February 16, 2016 No comments


    Indiana Music and Entertainment Museum (IMEM) announces the opening of its new gallery space at Wheeler Arts, 1035 Sanders Street, Suite 202 in Fountain Square.  IMEM will hold its first open house on First Friday, March 4, from 7-10 pm.  Admission is free.  Live music featuring Daryl Spurlock and free refreshments will be provided.


    This will be the first exhibit of 2016 and IMEM’s first in its new gallery.  Featured are rare artifacts, posters and collectibles from Indiana music, film and broadcasting.


    IMEM is now accepting donations of historical music, film, and broadcasting artifacts, along with monetary donations which will enable expanded exhibits and other programs.  Donations are tax deductible.


    Find out more at imemindiana.org or on Facebook at facebook/imemindiana.

  • State of Indiana Announces New Initiative to Encourage Adults to Complete College Degrees

    February 16, 2016 No comments


    Effort supported by $7.5 million in state grants, incentives by colleges and employers


    Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence and Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers joined Indiana business and local government leaders today to kick off “You Can. Go Back.”— a coordinated campaign to help 750,000 Hoosier adults who have some college credit but no degree finish what they started. The statewide effort is a key strategy in reaching Indiana’s goal to increase the percentage of Hoosiers with education beyond high school to 60 percent by 2025.


    “There are 750,000 Hoosier adults who started working toward a degree or credential that will help them in their professional lives but for one reason or another, they had to put their education on hold,” said Governor Pence. “What we are doing here today is telling these Hoosiers, ‘We can help. And yes, you can go back.’ We want to improve the quality of our workforce, and help put Hoosiers on a path to even greater success. To achieve this goal, it is imperative that we look beyond our K-12 pipeline. Our ‘You Can. Go Back.’ campaign will encourage a continuing education that helps working Hoosiers meet the qualifications of the fastest growing, high-wage jobs that will provide opportunity and improve lives.”


    With support from state lawmakers and Indiana colleges, the Commission for Higher Education (CHE) is reaching out directly to prospective returning adults and easing their transition back to college with a variety of special programs and incentives, including $1,000 scholarships through a $7.5 million state grant, flexible class schedules and online courses, college credit for work and military experience, grade- and debt-forgiveness programs, and tuition discounts.


    “Many adults who started a degree or credential but didn’t finish have a strong desire to return to college, but they don’t know where to start,” CHE Commissioner Lubbers said. “You Can. Go Back. will guide students through the process of returning to school and give them the support they need to be successful.”


    This month, thousands of former college students will receive messages in their mailboxes and email inboxes highlighting the benefits of completing their degree and directing them to resources designed to support their return to school. At YouCanGoBack.org, Hoosiers will be matched to college programs based on their interests and career goals before being connected to dedicated “You Can. Go Back.” campus ambassadors at well-matched colleges.


    Indiana state leaders have called upon businesses and local communities as essential partners in the “You Can. Go Back.” campaign. Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop took part in today’s official campaign launch, highlighting the importance of postsecondary education to the economic vitality of cities and towns.


    “Approximately 20 percent of adults—about 35,000 people ages 25-64 in our southeast Indiana workforce region—have some college but no degree. Employers in our community are in desperate need of highly skilled people to fill jobs, especially in the advanced manufacturing and health care sectors, which makes up nearly 50 percent of our workforce,” Lienhoop said. “The City of Columbus strongly supports “You Can. Go Back.” because of its potential to help meet this workforce need.”


    As part of the “You Can. Go Back.” roll-out, CHE gathered input from Indiana businesses on what types of education benefits they currently offer employees and what challenges they face in providing or expanding those benefits. Comcast was the partnering business for the “You Can. Go Back.” announcement. The company already offers employees $5,750 in annual tuition reimbursement support, but Comcast is also working to expand education benefits.


    “The state is stepping up to make sure this opportunity exists for Hoosiers, but it is incumbent upon the businesses in Indiana to make sure that we provide a path that leads directly to a better educated workforce,” said Mike Wilson, Comcast Indiana Public Relations Director.


    As one of the largest employers in our state, Governor Pence has directed the State Personnel Department to share information about “You Can. Go Back.” with state employees. State agencies such as the Department of Workforce Development and the Family and Social Services Administration are helping publicize the effort across the state in local WorkOne and Division of Family Resources offices.


    Learn more about “You Can. Go Back.” at YouCanGoBack.org and related resources for returning adults at LearnMoreIndiana.org/adult-learners

    Posted by in Statewide News

  • Livestock grants awarded to 15 organizations

    February 16, 2016 No comments


    INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 16, 2016)— The Indiana State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) awarded $127,000 in livestock grant funding to 15 nonprofit organizations to fund projects that will foster growth within the Hoosier livestock industry. Total funding requested was $262,600.


    “These grants become more competitive every year as more people become aware of this funding opportunity, and we enjoy seeing the new and innovative ideas that are submitted,” ISDA Director Ted McKinney said. “The projects selected represent those that will have the greatest impact and that transcend the livestock industry. We are excited to partner with these organizations.”


    Grant submissions were reviewed by a committee to determine the programs and events that will have the greatest impact on all sectors of Indiana agriculture.

    The following organizations and projects received funding (click here for a PDF of the recipients):


    Information about the 2017 grant cycle should be available early fall. Non-profit organizations interested in submitting a grant proposal for 2017 should contact Agricultural Marketing and Industry Development Manager Kimmi Devaney at KDevaney@isda.in.gov.


    Posted by in Statewide News

  • Republic Services Picks Indiana for Customer Resource Center, 450+ New Jobs

    February 15, 2016 No comments


    FISHERS, Ind. (Feb. 11, 2016) – Republic Services Inc. (NYSE: RSG), an industry leader in U.S. recycling and non-hazardous solid waste, announced plans today to establish a shared services center in Fishers, which will create up to 469 new jobs by 2025.  “When industry leaders like Republic Services consider where to grow, Indiana is at the top of the list,” said Governor Mike Pence. “Indiana’s national reputation as a leading state for doing business has helped the Hoosier State add more than 140,500 private sector jobs in the last three years, with nearly 60 percent of those jobs paying above the state’s average wage. Today, I’m proud to welcome Republic Services’ expansion as it furthers this trend with plans to add hundreds of quality, middle-management jobs to the Indiana economy, leveraging our state’s affordable business climate and our dedicated, skilled Hoosier workforce.” Republic Services, a Fortune 500 company, will invest $13.6 million to lease, renovate and equip a 68,000-square-foot class-A office space at 10194 Crosspoint Blvd. along the I-69 corporate corridor in Fishers. As noted during the company’s fourth quarter and full year 2015 earnings call today, the new facility is one of three Customer Resource Centers to be established throughout the country to enhance support for Republic’s 31,000 employees and 15 million customers across 39 states. The corporate office is expected to be operational by Sept. 1, 2016. “With the creation of the Republic Services Customer Resource Centers (CRCs), we are taking an important step toward transforming our customer experience and we believe Indiana is the right place to do just that,” said Joe Burkel, senior vice president of customer experience of Republic Services. “Placing our customers at the center of all we do is our top priority. The state-of-the-art Fishers CRC will bring advanced technologies and additional professional customer service jobs to the community, and will allow Republic to focus on delivering consistent and superior service to our valued customers.”  Republic Services currently employs more than 1,500 full-time professionals in Indiana. The company, which is committed to providing reliable and responsible recycling and waste disposal services, provides jobs for more than 31,000 employees, boasting the eighth largest vocational fleet in the United States and more than 160 environmental managers, engineers and scientists.  “Republic Services’ move to Fishers is very exciting and a testament to our commitment to bring good jobs to our community,” said Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness. “By locating in Concourse at Crosspoint along I-69, Republic Services has chosen an easily accessible, top-tier office space that will help attract a talented workforce and spur future development in the area. It is a perfect fit for an industry leader like Republic Services, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome them to the community.” Headquartered in Phoenix, Republic serves commercial, industrial, municipal and residential customers through 340 collection operations, 198 transfer stations, 189 active solid waste landfills, 60 recycling centers and more than 70 landfill gas and renewable energy projects.    The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) offered Republic Services up to $4,500,000 in conditional tax credits based on the company’s job creation plans. These tax credits are performance-based, meaning until Hoosiers are hired, the company is not eligible to claim incentives. The city of Fishers will offer additional incentives.  Today’s news is the latest in a string of economic development announcements in Hamilton County. Just yesterday, Braden Business Solutions, a technology solutions provider, announced plans to construct a new office in Fishers, creating up to 120 new high-wage jobs by 2020. And in January, Allied Solutions and Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) both announced plans to expand in Carmel, together creating an additional 684 new Hoosier jobs.  About Republic Services Republic Services, Inc. is an industry leader in U.S. recycling and non-hazardous solid waste. Through its subsidiaries, Republic’s collection companies, recycling centers, transfer stations and landfills focus on providing effective solutions to make proper waste disposal effortless for their commercial, industrial, municipal, residential and oilfield customers. We’ll handle it from here.™, the brand’s tagline, lets customers know they can count on Republic to provide a superior experience while fostering a sustainable Blue Planet™ for future generations to enjoy a cleaner, safer and healthier world. For more information, visit the Republic Services website at republicservices.com. “Like” Republic on Facebook at www.facebook.com/republicservices and follow on Twitter @RepublicService. About IEDC The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) leads the state of Indiana’s economic development efforts, focusing on helping companies grow in and locate to the state. Governed by a 12-member board chaired by Governor Mike Pence, the IEDC manages many initiatives, including performance-based tax credits, workforce training grants, public infrastructure assistance, and talent attraction and retention efforts. For more information about the IEDC, visit www.iedc.in.gov

    Posted by in Statewide News

  • Free Screening of “Cyber-Seniors” Documentary on February 22

    February 12, 2016 No comments

    hendricks-senior-sevices-logoHendricks County Senior Center is hosting a free screening of the movie, Cyber-Seniors. The movie is a humorous and heartwarming documentary which chronicles the extraordinary journey of a group of colorful senior citizens as they discover the world of the internet through the guidance of teenage mentors.  Following the screening, information about enrolling in the Cyber-Seniors program will be available.


    The movie screening will take place at 2:00pm on Monday February 22 at the Hendricks County Senior Center located at 1201 Sycamore Lane in Danville. The Senior Center will provide popcorn to snack on during the movie.  Registration is not required.  For more information contact the Senior Center at 317-745-4303.


    Hendricks County Senior Services is located at 1201 Sycamore Lane in Danville. For more information or to register call 745-4303. Senior Services is funded in part by United Way of Central Indiana, CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions and the generous donations of individuals, community businesses and organizations. Service is provided without regard to sex, race, color, religion, disability, or national origin.

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  • Firewood permits available at Shakamak SP

    February 12, 2016 No comments


    The public is invited to cut certain downed trees at Shakamak State Park for firewood starting Feb. 15 and ending April 1, 2016.

    Some trees that have died naturally and have been taken down by DNR staff or have blown down during storms will be available to cut and haul away for $10 per pickup truck load. The available trees are in designated roadside and public-use areas.

    A firewood permit must be obtained for each load at the park office between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.

    All revenue from these sales will be used for resource management and restoration efforts in the park, including the purchase and planting of replacement trees in campgrounds and picnic areas.

    Wood may be cut and removed between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information, call (812) 665-2158.

    Firewood cut at Shakamak State Park is for personal use only.

    The ban on transporting ash between Indiana counties is being removed because the emerald ash borer insect (EAB) is now widespread in the state. Regulatory tools and funding will be directed to other potential threats to forest resources.

    Rules for bringing firewood to DNR properties remain in place. The DNR does not recommend long-distance movement of firewood of any species due to the potential for moving other insect pests and tree diseases beyond locally impacted areas. “Long-distance movement” is moving beyond the immediate county or surrounding counties.

    Firewood purchased and brought onto any DNR property should be under a compliance agreement. Compliance agreements can be obtained by firewood vendors by contacting the DNR Division of Entomology & Plant Pathology at 1-866-NO EXOTIC (1-866-663-9684).

    Any ash firewood obtained at the property should be burned before spring (mid-April to early May at the latest) to help limit EAB movement within your home area. EAB larvae are generally dormant in the winter—living under the bark—and emerge in late spring as adult beetles. So, if the firewood is all gone, no EAB adults could emerge from the wood if the larvae are present. If you cannot use all the wood before spring (mid-April to early May), keep it completely covered while storing it.

    Shakamak State Park (stateparks.IN.gov/2969.htm) is at 6265 W. State Road 48, Jasonville, IN 47438.


    To view all DNR news releases, please see dnr.IN.gov.


    Posted by in Statewide News

  • $25 Million Hotel, Conference Center Project Coming to Plainfield

    February 12, 2016 No comments


    DANVILLE, IN (February 11, 2016) –Today, the Hendricks County Tourism Commission in partnership with Sun Companies announced a multi-million-dollar agreement that will bring an Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center to Plainfield’s I-70 interchange just minutes from the Indianapolis International Airport.

    The project will be developed on land owned by the Tourism Commission at the intersection of Perry and Clarks Creek roads. The Commission has owned parcels with the intent to incentivize a hotel and conference center development since 2005, and this project will utilize more than 8 acres of that Plainfield property.

    “The Commission’s objective since we purchased the land over 10 years ago was to attract a project of this scope,” said Jaime Bohler Smith, executive director of Visit Hendricks County. “We couldn’t be more pleased with this agreement and its significance to the future of tourism in this county as it will be a major destination driver to our community.”

    The 175-room Embassy Suites hotel will have a minimum of 5,000 square feet of meeting space within the hotel, and another 20,000 square feet of conference space attached as well as a full-service restaurant and numerous other amenities. The project will employ nearly 50 people, and have an annual payroll of nearly $1.5 million. Construction is anticipated to begin no later than October 2016, with completion scheduled for 2018.

    “We’re thrilled to be bringing this level of hotel to Hendricks County,” said Suraj Patel, president of Sun Companies. “We have a 25-year history of working with communities across Indiana to bring the highest caliber of hospitality properties and help those communities continue to grow and attract businesses.”

    The Hendricks County Council today approved a preliminary resolution to set the deal in motion by offering a $6 million bond supported by the county’s innkeeper’s tax. The local 8 percent innkeeper’s tax is paid by visitors when they rent an overnight room in the county, and the funds currently support the operations of Visit Hendricks County, as well as county park developments and the county fairgrounds.

    The amount pledged to bond payments annually is approximately 20 percent of the total amount collected. Funds for the county parks and the county fairgrounds remain at the same commitment, which is also approximately 20 percent of the total amount collected. The $6 million reimbursement includes $5 million for the development of the conference center space and $1 million for the purchase and development of the land.

    Once operations begin in 2018, the hotel and conference center is expected to generate $6 million in room revenue and an additional $480,000 in innkeeper’s tax annually, according to Bharat Patel, chairman of Sun Companies

    “I-70 and Indiana 267 is the western gateway for Indy Metro, and since the relocation of the Indianapolis International Airport terminals, the interchange has become the primary lodging cluster for the airport but lacks an upscale, full-service hotel with sizeable banquet facilities,” Bharat Patel said. “This project will fulfill all of that by providing a facility with a quality restaurant, conference space and more.”

    In addition to the request from the county, officials in the Town of Plainfield are considering a request for a partial tax abatement of the hotel and conference center project over 10 years.

    “Our statistics and recent feasibility studies show that we need full-service lodging and attached meeting space to meet the growing demand of business travelers, especially with our proximity to the Indianapolis airport,” Smith said. “We are bringing in a new property tier, that we do not have anywhere in Hendricks County. This project will elevate all the properties, and make the destination sustainable over a longer period of time while further enhancing that interchange as a hospitality gateway here on the west side of the city.

    “The economic impact will be felt throughout our community in not only other hotels, but restaurants, shopping and locally owned businesses,” she added.

    Hendricks County continues to experience year-over-year growth with significant gains in lodging revenue including an increase of 3.9 percent in 2015 over 2014.

    About Sun Companies: Sun owns 32 hotels in 12 states including four Embassy Suites and has five hotels under development in New Jersey, Oklahoma and Kansas as well as a full-service hotel in Noblesville, Ind. CEO Bharat Patel received the 2008 and 2010 Hilton Hotels Developer of the Year for the Embassy Suites brand and 2009 Hilton Hotels Family Developer of the Year. Sun Companies is headquartered in Indianapolis.

    About Embassy Suites by HiltonEmbassy Suites by Hilton, one of Hilton Worldwide’s twelve market-leading brands, is dedicated to delivering what matters most to travelers. The full service, upscale brand offers two-room suites, free made-to-order breakfast and a nightly two-hour reception with complimentary drinks and snacks. Both leisure and business travelers looking for a relaxed, yet sophisticated experience will feel right at home with brand-standard amenities like inviting atriums and complimentary 24-hour business and fitness centers. Embassy Suites by Hilton has over 220 hotels with more than 40 in the pipeline. Hilton HHonors members who book directly through preferred Hilton channels have access to benefits including free standard Wi-Fi, as well as digital amenities that are available exclusively through the industry-leading Hilton HHonors app, where HHonors members can check-in and choose their room. For more information, visit www.embassysuites.com, and connect with Embassy Suites by Hilton at news.embassysuites.comwww.facebook.com/embassysuiteshotels and www.twitter.com/EmbassySuites

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