Festive song, good tidings, and beautiful greenery made the season merry and bright in downtown Stamford.
The Stamford Marriott Hotel & Spa unveiled Stamford’s Plant-a-Tree program last week in the downtown area - complete with joyful song thanks to Stamford’s Westhill High School Choir.
Stamford Marriott, in coordination with their parent company, Meyer Jabara Hotels, dedicated three trees in front of Capital Grille on behalf of three special partners: NBC Sports, United-Rentals.com and Synchrony Financial.
And, the Hotel’s Plant-a-Tree program, adding to the beautification of downtown Stamford and improving the streetscape, will continue in 2019. “We will be donating additional trees to fill the empty tree wells in downtown Stamford,” says Mark Ranieri, Vice President and General Manager at Meyer Jabara Hotels. “We are grateful these companies and to Westhill High School Choir, directed by Jonathon Curri, for putting on such an amazing performance during this festive beautification event,” says Ranieri.
Stamford Mayor David Martin, together with Sandy Goldstein, President of Downtown Stamford, and Dan Stolzenbach, General Manager of the Stamford Town Center, were on hand for this important community initiative. “We offer our thanks to them for their support in this green initiative and the beautification of Stamford Downtown,” Ranieri says.
Community relationships matter to the team at Meyer Jabara. A large chapter in the legacy story of Meyer Jabara Hotels will be how each leader worked in his or her community to make positive differences.
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