Here's the press release from Invited Home that I mentioned on the air this morning on 9News, that for some reason the company's New York PR company refused to post online:
A break on holiday travel: InvitedHome data points to strong Thanksgiving savings (up to 273 percent)
Vacation home rental company shares favorite spots to break bread and launch into ski season
BOULDER, Colo. – Oct. 8, 2015 – Sometimes it pays to be first. For those eager to gather family and maximize on a few days off, Thanksgiving break is the advantageous travel choice, according to InvitedHome data. The nation’s premier vacation home rental company reviewed holiday rates for its marquee resort destinations, from mountain retreats to beach getaways, and found prices can jump significantly come Christmas/New Year’s Eve – up to 273 percent.
In the mountains of Colorado and California, Thanksgiving heralds a new season for snow sport enthusiasts. Compared to December holidays, Thanksgiving rates are 273 percent less in Telluride, 141 percent less in Breckenridge and 51 percent less in South Lake Tahoe. The numbers suggest a turkey trot to the mountains is a smart travel choice for families that want to break bread and shred powder before year’s end. Those looking to give thanks amidst sun and sand should consider Maui, Hawaii, according to InvitedHome data, when Thanksgiving rates are 73 percent less than Christmas/New Year’s Eve.
InvitedHome’s portfolio of more than 200 luxury vacation homes is bound to inspire larger gatherings of family and friends. A few favorites – with enviable amenities – are noted below in honor of the start of ski season. Guests will arrive to find their home meticulously maintained and complete with the niceties expected of a luxury hotel stay, such as plush towels, fine linens and bath amenities. InvitedHome operates like a premier hotel company, guaranteeing guests around-the-clock access to local staff who can handle requests and address concerns.
- · Telluride – Joyful Noise Lodge – This six bedroom ski-in, ski-out lodge in Mountain Village is beautifully designed, with a gourmet kitchen for preparing a Thanksgiving feast. The game room, saltwater hot tub, and nine fireplaces offer après ski solace. $1,980 per night over Thanksgiving weekend.
- · Breckenridge – Four Peaks – Built for big families, this nine bedroom Victorian-era home is just 300 yards from the lifts to Breckenridge’s famed powder skiing. Its large hot tub offers panoramic mountain views; the game room is complete with pool table, darts and air hockey. $880 per night over Thanksgiving weekend.
- · South Lake Tahoe – Sierra Shores Four Bedroom Townhome – Located near Heavenly Ski Resort, this four bedroom oasis boasts lakefront access, Sierra Mountain views and a designer interior straight out of a magazine. $765 per night over Thanksgiving weekend.
InvitedHome is the nation’s most highly reputed vacation home rental company that has transformed the industry by operating like a top-tier hotel organization. Its portfolio of homes, chosen for their breathtaking attributes, typically range from $1-10 million in value (some as high as $20 million), and are set in some of the country’s most enviable resort destinations: Breckenridge and Telluride, Colorado; Santa Barbara and South Lake Tahoe, California; Maui, Hawaii; and the Emerald Coast of Florida. Soon to launch markets include Aspen, Vail and Steamboat, Colorado, and North Lake Tahoe, California. Home owners and investors entrust their assets to InvitedHome for expert in-market management and strong revenue returns. Travelers repeatedly turn to InvitedHome for its hotel-inspired service, ensuring the “Best. Vacation. Ever.” InvitedHome was named to the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private U.S. companies in 2015. For more information, visit www.InvitedHome.com and follow @InvitedHome on Twitter Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn.
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That's the whole press release. The only change I made was to fix the spelling of "air hokey."
Talk about hokey… I have no idea why a PR company would send out a press release and not post it to the web so others can see it.