Sheraton Grand Hotel to go dark for one hour as part of Earth Hour

Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai will go dark for one hour on March 30, as part of the Earth Hour 2019 initiative

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Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai will go dark for one hour on March 30, as part of the Earth Hour 2019 initiative.

 

To participate in this, the hotel will turn off its exterior signage lighting and non-essential interior lighting at 8.30 pm.

The property will be using candlelight in appropriate public areas in-room voicemail messages and in-room television messages to inform guests about Earth Hour observances. Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai will also participate in Marriott International’s drive to raise funds for WWF and will be raising awareness by inviting guests to gather in the Lobby for a cake cutting ceremony.

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Denise Naguib, Vice President of Sustainability and Supplier Diversity said, “We have a responsibility, and an opportunity to share this message with the millions of guests and associates through bringing Earth Hour to life, and continuing the focus every day through our sustainability and social impact platform, Serve 360.”

 

 

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