Warwick San Francisco Hotel Launches a “New Name Your Package” Contest

“Name your Package” No, this is not William Shatner or a Priceline.com spinoff, this is the latest contest released from the Warwick San Francisco Hotel. Guests can give a catchy name with the winner getting to experience their creation free of charge.

Online PR News – 05-June-2013 – San Francisco, California – The contest will begin on the 3rd June 2013 and end on 30th June with participants submitting their comments and suggestions via their social media channel of choice. The contest will be posted on the hotel’s Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter and Foursquare with results being judged by the most number of likes, retweets or pluses.

The special package options consist of the following elements:
A 3 Nights stay in Petit Suite with American Breakfast for 2
One “William Warwick” Bear Mascot
A Walking tour of San Francisco
2 Tickets to the San Francisco Exploratorium
and
Whatever else contestants can come up with.

The Warwick San Francisco kicks this contest off as a part of its new social media marketing campaign. With social sharing sites such as Tripadvisor, Yelp and HolidayCheck, the Warwick is turning to former and new guests for ideas on how to best promote their property. It’s the epitome of listening to our guests and using that feedback to tailor a product suited to our guests’ needs,” says Jackson Ferguson, Warwick San Francisco’s Director of Sales & Marketing.

Winners will be announced in the monthly Warwick San Francisco Newsletter and all social media sites once the voting has concluded. Creativity Counts!

About Warwick San Francisco Hotel
Warwick San Francisco Hotel’s beautiful and historical building was designed and built by the prominent American Architect Arthur Brown, Jr. and was originally built as the Maryland Hotel in 1913. This was a major historical time in America during the Pan-Pacific International Exposition with the World’s Fair held in San Francisco in 1915. Its ostensible purpose was to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal, but it was widely seen in the city as an opportunity to showcase its recovery from the 1906 Earthquake. Multiple historical buildings – many of which still stand today - were built during this flourishing time. Warwick San Francisco is honored to be a part of this history.

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Contact Information
Jackson Ferguson
Warwick San Francisco
490 Geary Street
San Francisco CA, 94102

+1 415 9287900