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Calling Out for a Hero - Heritage Everyday Hero Competition

Calling Out for a Hero - Heritage Everyday Hero Competition – for Immediate Release 16 October

Heritage Hotel Management launched an exciting competition today to find and reward 20 local unsung heroes. For the next six weeks anyone can nominate a friend, colleague, neighbour or work mate, who quietly goes about doing good in their local community.

There are 20 prizes to be won consisting of 20 Heritage Escape vouchers, each valued at $1,600 for the winners to get away to their choice of hotel from the Heritage Hotels, CityLife Hotels and Heritage Boutique Collection.

“We know there are some amazing people out there taking on extra responsibilities for charities, schools and community services without expecting anything in return. As a hotel chain unique to New Zealand, we wished to celebrate these special Kiwis and give them a well deserved break,” says Tony Howlett general manager – sales and marketing of Heritage Hotel Management.

Heritage Hotel Management manage a pre-eminent range of four star plus properties in New Zealand with convenient CBD CityLife Hotels in Auckland and Wellington, and luxury Heritage Hotels in Auckland, Nelson, Hanmer Springs, Christchurch and Queenstown.

New to the Group is the Heritage Boutique Collection (HBC) presenting an exclusive selection of properties offering charm and sophistication in key New Zealand locations. The Collection represents the ultimate in hospitality, superior facilities and professional standards.

“Our company commitment is to offer somewhere special for all guests to be treated as someone special. So it’s only fitting we seek out and reward special people in the community and acknowledge them for their contribution,“ adds Tony Howlett.

To nominate a Heritage Everyday Hero go to the new look, easy to use Heritage Hotels website www.heritagehotels.co.nz/heroes and complete the on-line nomination form stating what makes that person so special. Winners will be announced weekly. The competition ends 30 November.
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