Friday, April 19, 2013

Wyndham uses penguin power to woo guests

Wyndham uses penguin power to woo guests
The Ramada's adopted penguin.

The charm of Phillip Island penguins is being enlisted by the Ramada Resort Phillip Island in its latest marketing campaign.

The hotel, managed by the Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific group, is giving guests the chance to make its mark on the resort, by naming its adopted penguin!
The addition of the penguin to the Ramada team is part of the Penguin Foundation’s Adopt-a-Penguin program launched in January this year.

Ramada Phillip Island business development manager Dawn Gleeson says the yet-to-be-named penguin represents Wyndham’s ‘green philosophy’ and is the latest in the company’s various environmental programs and initiatives.
“Ramada Phillip Island is delighted to become a corporate sponsor with the Penguin Foundation through the Adopt-a-Penguin program and it’s fantastic to be able to get our guests involved with this naming competition,” Gleeson said.
The competition is open to Ramada Phillip Island guests, as well as the vacation owners in the WorldMark South Pacific Club by Wyndham.

The prize in the contest includes a two-night stay for two adults and two children in a two-bedroom cottage at Ramada Phillip Island, including breakfast daily, a three-park pass to Phillip Island Nature Parks and a choice of outdoor experiences from body boarding to kayaking.


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