Six of Windsor Capital Group’s Embassy Suites hotels, including locations in Temecula, Santa Ana, Brea, Arcadia, Lompoc and San Luis Obispo, united to give back to their communities during Hilton’s 2014 Global Week of Service. Events began with team member volunteers sorting, labeling, and packaging food at Orange County’s Second Harvest Food Bank. A new study by Second Harvest and Feeding America shows that more than 277,000 people in Orange County need the help of Second Harvest and its community partners to feed themselves and their families. “Our teams feel this is an important way to give back to a large amount of people within our communities,” said Lisa Kotlar, Director of Sales and Marketing for the Embassy Suite Brea. All team members were welcomed and encouraged to join in this event. The week concluded with the 4th Annual Orangewood Hospitality Career Night. The event, held at the Embassy Suites Anaheim-Orange, hosted 40-50 foster youth with Orangewood Children’s Foundation and provided them an opportunity to meet leaders of Embassy Suites Hotels throughout Southern CA. The Career Night included a panel discussion, a hotel tour, and a recap of skills needed to be successful within the hospitality industry. The Embassy Suites Southern California family hopes the yearly event influences Orange County youth in a positive way and contributes to their future success. “Embassy Suites hotels are committed to supporting their local communities, not only during Global Week of Service, but all year long,” said Kotlar.
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