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June 13, 2018

Bed Wrap

True Experience® box spring wraps add a tailored look to your bed presentation. This wrap has a four corner cap style fit, and a full white polyester deck. Available in Brown and Charcoal Grey. This bed wrap fit box springs or platforms up to 10" high.

 
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RALEIGH, N.C., June 6, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Delta Five’s revolutionary pest monitoring system with IoT smart technology is the future of bed bug elimination. The company recently announced its 100 percent Bed Bug Free Guarantee and financing options, just in time for Bed Bug Awareness Week (June 3-9, 2018).

With a refreshing, environmentally friendly alternative to conventional options, Delta Five brings an innovative and eco-friendly solution to hoteliers everywhere. This product is transforming the industry and allowing hotels to introduce an ecological proactive measure that’s detecting bed bugs early.

According to the National Pest Management Association’s 2018 Bugs Without Borders Survey recently released, Pest Control Professionals are seeing a summer spike in bed bug calls. In fact, 51 percent of pest professionals said summer was the busiest season for bed bugs. The survey also found that 97 percent of pest professionals have treated for bed bugs in the past year.

Now, defending against bed bugs is easier than ever with automated pest detection technology that allows you to monitor rooms 24/7 for bed bugs and other pests. The product is easy to use, and upon detecting a pest, the device alerts you in real-time via email or text. The alert provides an image of the pest, as well as where and when it was detected.

Hoteliers like Dan Robarge, General Manager, Hampton Inn Lumberton are embracing a proactive approach to bed bugs. “It has been a pleasure working with the team from Delta Five Systems while they installed their pest detection system in our guest rooms. We are now proactively monitoring all of our rooms so we can take action without the guest having to report an issue,” Robarge commented.

Hoteliers can learn more about the Delta Five Automated Insect Detection and Monitoring System at www.deltafive.com.

 
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VISIONARIES AND COMMUNITY LEADERS UNITE FOR FIRST-EVER SUSTAINABLE HOSPITALITY SYMPOSIUM IN MONTEREY

 

Congressman Jimmy Panetta, Allison Gosselin of Aramark Leisure Services and                  

 

Former President José María Figueres Olsen of Costa Rica Announced as Speakers

 

 

 

MONTEREY, Calif., February 6, 2017 - From the world-renowned Monterey Bay Aquarium to a hotel industry that has garnered numerous accolades, Monterey County has long set the bar for sustainable business practices and standards. As the region continues to be at the forefront of the sustainable movement, more than two dozen community leaders and visionaries along with an audience of public officials, public policy experts, hospitality and tourism professionals, hospitality developers and contractors and hospitality educators are gathering for the first-ever Sustainable Hospitality Symposium on Thursday, February 23, 2017.

 

 

 

The Sustainable Hospitality Management program at CSUMB has partnered with the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the Monterey County Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Monterey County Hospitality Association, the Fort Ord Reuse Authority, the Monterey County Workforce Investment Board, the Santa Cruz County Economic Development Agency, local cities and firms as well as the Government of Costa Rica to host this momentous event.  CSUMB is also thrilled to announce that Congressman Jimmy Panetta, who was recently selected to serve on the House Committee on Natural Resources' Subcommittee on Water, Power and Oceans and the Subcommittee on Federal Lands, will be joining the list of notable speakers.

 

 

 

"The Sustainability Symposium is bringing together the creme-de-la-creme of policy-makers, public officials, hospitality leaders, green developers and builders as well as educators from Costa Rica and the United States. The goal is to shape the future of the Monterey Bay region as the leading sustainable hospitality, eco-tourism and eco-recreation region in the country," says Shyam Kamath, Dean of the College of Business at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB).

 

 

 

Costa Rica is a world leading country in sustainable hospitality and eco-tourism. Former President José María Figueres Olsen was the primary architect and public official who pioneered the country's sustainable hospitality development and ecotourism strategy. President Figueres will keynote the symposium with a team of leading sustainable hospitality CEOs and the Minister of Tourism from Costa Rica.

 

 

 

Allison Gosselin, Director of Engineering and Sustainability at Aramark Leisure Services, is confirmed as Keynote Speaker; and Julie Packard of the Monterey Bay Aquarium will also address attendees at the reception. Leaders will be discussing topics such as sustainable hospitality, eco-tourism, eco-recreation development and opportunities as well as attracting sustainable investment and public-private partnerships to Monterey County.

 

 

 

"At Aramark, a deep commitment to reducing our environmental footprint is a driving factor in our management of Asilomar Conference Grounds, and we've made significant strides in water and waste management," says Gosselin. "The symposium presents a great opportunity to learn from other environmental leaders and discover new ways for Aramark to continue to make an impact."

 

Additional speakers include: President Eduardo Ochoa, Dean Shyam Kamath and Sustainable Hospitality Management Program Executive Director John Avella of CSUMB; Ted Balestreri, CEO of Cannery Row Company; Costa Rican hospitality firm CEOs Alfonso Gómez, Jose Alvaro Jenkins, Karin Zurcher and Roberto Fernández along with Tourism Minister Mauricio Ventura of the Government of Costa Rica; John Laird, California Secretary of Natural Resources; Cody Plott, COO of the Pebble Beach Company; Kurt Gollnick, COO of Scheid Vineyards; Margaret Spring, Vice President of Conservation and Science and Chief Conservation Officer of the Monterey Bay Aquarium; Assemblywoman Anna Caballero; Supervisor Jane Parker of Monterey County;  Janine Chicourrat, General Manager of the Portola Hotel & Spa; Tammy Blount, President & CEO of the Monterey County Convention and Visitors Bureau; Teresa Matsui, CEO of Matsui Nursery; and Tejal Sood, CEO of Bayside Resorts in Santa Cruz.

 

"Monterey County's values in practices and development are key to our strength as a sustainable destination and make us the perfect place to hold this symposium to ensure our continued leadership in this arena," says Blount.

 

 The Sustainable Hospitality Symposium will be held on Thursday, February 23, 2017, at the InterContinental The Clement Monterey from 8am - 4pm. For more information, please visit: csumb.edu/green <http://csumb.edu/green> .

 

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