Howard Johnson has launched a promotion through
which guests can receive two tickets to a Harlem Globetrotters
show of their choice just by staying two consecutive nights or
more at a participating hotel throughout the U.S. and Canada.
The promotion, dubbed “Double Dribble”,
celebrates the Howard Johnson brand’s renewed sponsorship as the
official hotel brand of the North American leg of the Harlem
Globetrotters’ 2013 “You Write the Rules” World Tour, and is
available while supplies last.
“For decades, Howard Johnson has been about
spreading happiness and creating lasting memories for families
across the country and throughout the world,” said Kevin McCabe,
senior director of marketing for Howard Johnson. “In getting our guests out to see the wacky antics and basketball wizardry of the
world famous Harlem Globetrotters, we’re confident that’s a
tradition that’s sure to continue.”
Reservations must be made through hojo.com
or 1-800-I-GO-HOJO (1-800-446-4656) using the rate code SFA. Show
tickets, provided in the form of vouchers, will be mailed
approximately two weeks after reservations are made. Other terms
and conditions may apply.
addition, travelers who prefer a discounted rate in lieu of
tickets can save 15% off the Best Available Rate,
regardless of length of stay, by using Globetrotter Fan Code
“LPHT” when booking a room.
The Original Harlem Globetrotters will celebrate
their 87th consecutive year in 2013, continuing a world famous
tradition of ball handling wizardry, basketball artistry and
one-of-a-kind family entertainment that continues to thrill fans
of all ages.
Throughout their history, the Globetrotters have
showcased their iconic talents in 120 countries and territories on
six continents, often breaking down cultural and social barriers
while providing fans with their first-ever basketball experience.
Proud inductees of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame,
the Globetrotters have entertained hundreds of millions of
fans - among them popes, kings, queens, and presidents - over more
than eight decades.
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