March 2008
Lodging Hospitality;3/1/2008, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the furniture left over from the renovation of the 120-suite Residence Inn given to the homeless in Hartford, Connecticut with the help of an alliance of CB Richard Ellis and a new program Journey Home. The hotel recently underwent an extensive interior renovation, freeing up furniture to be given among charitable organizations serving homeless. Aside from the alliance, Manchester Moving & Storage has also contributed labor, trucks and a warehouse to help with storage of furniture, such as sleeper sofas, upholstered lounge chairs, bed sets, framed mirrors, and more. Homeless benefits about 1,000 items of furniture.


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