Radisson Hotels supports UAE-based Mountain High

Radisson properties in Russia to host team during seven summit attempt

UAE-based Jules and Calin Lewis will attempt to reach the summit of Mount Elbrus in Russia to raise awareness about the risks of heart disease.
UAE-based Jules and Calin Lewis will attempt to reach the summit of Mount Elbrus in Russia to raise awareness about the risks of heart disease.

Radisson Hotels has signed on to support a UAE-based team from Mountain High as they trek one of the world’s seven summits to raise awareness for Go Red for Women, a global initiative to educate the public about the risks of heart disease.

The supporting hotels, Raidsson Royal Hotel St Petersburg and Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel Moscow, will host the husband and wife team during their attempt to reach the summit of Europe’s highest peak, Mount Elbrus in Russia.

Jules Lewis of the team said: “We are delighted that Radisson has come on board to support our climb with accommodation while we are in Russia. We look forward to returning to share our pictures and stories from the climb at a “Go Red for Women” event, to be held at one of the Radisson Blu Hotels in Dubai. The event will be a great opportunity to share the message of the importance of heart health to a wider audience and inspire others to challenge themselves."

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The hotels are supporting the Mountain High team as part of Rezidor Hotel Group’s ‘Responsible Business Programme,’ which focuses on health and safety of guests and employees, respect for social and ethical issues within the company and a reduced environmental footprint.

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