Irvine Celebrates Grandparents with Hotel Offers
Contact: Wendy Haase, Director of Tourism Marketing
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IRVINE CELEBRATES GRANDPARENTS WITH HOTEL OFFERS
In Honor Of National Grandparents' Day Destination Irvine Announces Hotel Deals
Perfect for a Trip with the Grandkids
Irvine, Calif. September 1, 2011 - The 32th anniversary of National Grandparents Day is September 11, to honor those affectionately called Grandma, Mawmaw, Granddad and Poppa, Irvine hotels have come together to offer specials and discounts ranging from free meals to attraction passes and shopping gift cards (offers valid through 2011).
"More and more grandparents are traveling with their grandkids," said Wendy Haase, Director Tourism Marketing, Destination Irvine. "Irvine's affordability, recognition as ‘America's Safest Big City,' along with its close proximity to all Orange County has to offer make it an attractive destination for a family vacation."
According to the U.S. Travel Industry Association, an estimated 5 million family vacations a year in the United States span three generations, with grandparents often paying the bill.
The list of hotels include: Candlewood Suites, Doubletree Hotel Irvine Spectrum, Hyatt Regency Irvine and Residence Inn Irvine Spectrum.
For full details on the "Celebrate Grandparents" promotion visit www.destinationirvine.com/grandparents.
History of National Grandparents' Day
In 1978, the resolution declaring National Grandparents' Day as the first Sunday after Labor Day, was signed into law by President Jimmy Carter.
Located in the center of Orange County, Irvine is conveniently accessible via John Wayne/Orange County Airport, train and car. The destination offers visitors shopping, golf, diverse dining, outdoor recreation, arts and culture, along with accommodations for every budget. Irvine's close proximity to the area's beaches and attractions makes it an ideal location for a true Southern California experience.
About Destination Irvine
Under the Irvine Chamber of Commerce, a non-profit 501(c)6, Destination Irvine, funded by a self-imposed assessment through a Hotel Improvement District (H.I.D.) positions Irvine as a destination for visitors, meetings and groups. Destination Irvine through direct sales efforts including database marketing, lead generation, trade show participation, and familiarization tours, sells the destination. In addition, Destination Irvine promotes Irvine through marketing, advertising and public relations efforts.