We enjoy delivering dumpsters to well known hotel chains. The staff is always so accommodating. After our latest delivery to the Courtyard by Marriott in New Jersey, we learned something interesting about one of their other locations and we thought we’d share it with you.

The Marriott Barbados is encouraging locals to stop by for an affordable “staycation,” among other services. There are different packages, one includes a night’s stay and breakfast, and there are also day passes available for locals to come by and use the hotel’s facilities. The Marriott rewards programs also allow participants to build up points they can use internationally.

According to representatives, business this summer has been going very smoothly compared with some of their competitors. They say a lot of this success is owed to the business brought in by local clientele.

Employees from the Marriott Bridgetown (in Barbados) recently took to the Sheraton Mall to promote these staycations. They described the rewards programs to locals, explaining that the points they earn during staycations could reduce the price of international vacations. Shoppers were also able to spin a wheel and win prizes, including stays at the Marriott Bridgetown.

For more information, read the full story at The Advocate.

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