Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants Hosts Seventh Annual Red Ribbon Campaign to Support HIV and AIDS Service Organizations

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants will be hosting their seventh annual Red Ribbon Campaign with different events in 10 cities throughout the country. JetBlue and OUT magazine also support the campaign, which includes events that support local HIV and AIDS service organizations. In addition to special events, the annual campaign also includes employee volunteerism, corporate donations and educational campaigns.

The hotels involved in the Red Ribbon Campaign include: the Hotel Palomar Arlington, with “A Taste of Virginia’s Own” wine tasting event on November 30, the B&O American Brasserie at Hotel Monaco Baltimore with “Living Red Ribbon” on November 30, the Grand Hotel Minneapolis, with the “Red Ribbon Aliveness Project Benefit Party” on November 30, the Urbana at Hotel Palomar Washington D.C., with “Red Hot Night in the Nation’s Capital” on November 30, Hotel Monaco Portland, with “Drag Queen Bingo” on December 1, Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City, with the “Seasons of Love” party on December 1, Hotel Monaco Seattle, with “Sip for a Cure” on December 1, Sky Hotel Aspen and 39 Degrees Lounge, with “Black & White Night” on December 7, Hotel Palomar Dallas, with “Cocktails for a Cure” at Central 214 on December 9, and Harbor Court Hotel San Francisco, with the “Red Ribbon Annual Holiday Event” on December 15.

In addition, Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants is offering a special package deal for guests, which benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Guests will receive 15 percent off when they book with the rate code, RRC.

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