Extended Stay America offers help to hurricane victims

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US/Bahamas: Extended Stay America has announced plans to aid victims of Hurricane Dorian by providing temporary shelter assistance for those in need.

Extended Stay America will offer a $500 travel credit that will be provided to hurricane victims who book a stay of 30 nights or more at any of its company-owned and operated hotel properties.

Bahamian residents looking for temporary housing in the US will be able to access the offer until December 31.

“The storm that hit The Bahamas was a shock to the country, and many residents have been displaced from their homes as a result. We would like to extend our support to the Bahamian residents seeking safe shelter in the US,” said Jonathan Halkyard, CEO of Extended Stay America. “Extended Stay America wants to continue to put people first, and this offer to provide immediate shelter options to those affected by the storm is of the upmost importance to our company.”



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