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Timed to America Recycles Day (November 15), the “Recycle Your Moves” event will allow the first 500 guests swap their plastic water bottle for a free bottle of JUST Water. Attendees will also be invited to ‘recycle their moves’ with hip hop dance performances and enjoy a playlist of music curated for the occasion. With this activity, the partners will ignite the appreciation of the general public to make the swap and support the city’s commitment to sustainable travel.
In addition to the event, Shore Hotel and JUST Water will carry out a series of giveaways and social media promotions to rethink the way even small decisions, like a choice of water bottles, can impact on our environment.
- #SwapPlastic: Throughout November, travelers are invited to share their support for sustainability and how small everyday decisions like choosing a water bottle can have a large impact on our environment. Simply by posting their image to Instagram with the campaign hashtag #swapplastic and tagging @ShoreHotelSM and @JUST, they’ll participate in a giveaway to win a one-night stay at Shore Hotel.
- Not JUST Another Hotel Package: Available for stays taking place in the month of November, Shore Hotel and JUST will offer a water-wise hotel package to celebrate their new partnership. To raise awareness of the importance for sustainably packaged water, this package will include two large JUST water bottles, a JUST x Slowtide towel made of recycled water bottles and a Shorely Sands starfish. In addition, Shore Hotel will double donations from Shorely Sands sales to Heal the Bay for the month of November. Guests can book online using promo code “JUST”.
Year-round, Shore Hotel caters to eco-friendly travelers with numerous initiatives designed to reduce consumption of natural resources including their Green Concierge program, free bicycle and helmet hire, donations from the sale of the hotel mascot, Shorely Sands, and more. In addition, Shore Hotel saves energy usage via their solar-reflecting roof material, green housekeeping policies, native landscaping that reduces the extent of required irrigation, maximized access to natural daylight, and more.