The bountiful donation caps off the inaugural Give Us the Shirt off Your Back drive, which began in June and engaged travelers through lobby displays, events and contests to leave behind gently used items for the hotel to refresh, launder or dry clean and donate to the deserving groups, whose goal is to empower low-income individuals to enter or return to the work force. According to Amy Trench, Corporate Director of Marketing & PR for Valencia Group, As a follow up to our incredibly successful Book Smart campaign, which ran for several summers and primarily targeted children, we wanted to address an adult sector where we felt we could quickly make an impact. With their strong networks and phenomenal programming in our markets, Dress for Success and Career Gear were the perfect fit, and we were ecstatic by how quickly and remarkably our travelers responded to our appeal for support. To learn more about Valencia Group Book Smart, Give Us the Shirt off Your Back and upcoming No Shave November initiatives, click here. About Valencia Group Houston-based Valencia Group is a fully integrated hospitality company that provides management, development, branding and repositioning services for independent, full-service hotels owned by the company, in addition to third parties. Exceptional service, style and location have become brand trademarks. Earning both national and international recognition for their distinctive designs, amenities and settings, Valencia Group properties are destinations and gathering places within their respective communities, some further benefitting from and enriching their space within the cultural heart of a city. The company continues to forge a niche with hotels that anchor and add value to urban, mixed-use environments, which further support or enhance the guest experience with superior residential, restaurant, retail and office components. The Valencia Group portfolio currently includes Hotel Valencia Santana Row in San Jose, CA; Hotel Valencia Riverwalk in San Antonio, TX; Hotel Sorella CITYCENTRE in Houston, TX; and Hotel Sorella Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, MO. Its newest concept, Lone Star Court, is a reinterpretation of the nostalgic motor court. The flagship is located at The Domain in Austin, TX, and a second, Cavalry Court, is underway in College Station, TX.
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Later that night, Rose and his two friends arrived at her apartment and had sex with her. What the two sides disagree on: Whether Doe was drunk. Whether the three men broke into her apartment. Whether Doe consented to having sex with all three men. According toRose’s deposition, he had asked Doe on several separate occasions to have group sex. She always said no, and this played a role in their breakup. In Rose’s deposition, he claimed to have put his used condom back in its wrapper after having sex with Doe. He also said he did not know the definition of the word “consent.” I just listened to a 1.5 hour conference call w/ D-Rose’s sexual assault accuser. The 2 most important takeaways: pic.twitter.com/bfU8GW1wMn Dan Werly (@WerlySportsLaw) September 15, 2016 In June 2016, Rose’s lawyers filed a motion for a Summary Judgment, in which they said the caseshould be thrown out. This motion was denied after the judge concluded there was “a genuine dispute of material fact as to the central issue in this action: whether Plaintiff consented to sexual intercourse with Defendants in early morning of August 27, 2013.” In arguing that Doe’s name should be made public during the trial, Rose’s lawyers have said Doe is seeking to take advantage of Rose’s wealth and celebrity. From an August 22 memorandum: “This is not a rape case. Its pure and simple extortion by a plaintiff who wants to hide behind the cloak of anonymity while seeking millions in damages from a celebrity with whom she was in a long-term nonexclusive consensual sexual relationship.” Rose’s lawyers also cited Doe as portraying herself as “sexual” and for posting photos to social media that are “sexual in nature” as reasons to reveal her identity. From the court’s ruling regarding her anonymity: “Of special note, Plaintiff is publicly portraying herself as sexual. The production includes photos from Plaintiffs Instagram account that are sexual in nature. In these images, Plaintiff is dressed in provocative attire, is in sexually suggestive poses, and is in photographs indicating that she engages in sexually charged encounters with more than one man at a time. Plaintiffs use of twitter and other forms of social media further belies her apparent desire for anonymity.” Last week, Knicks team president Phil Jackson said that the team is “not concerned” with the civil trial against Rose. “One thing I’d like to address about Derrick Rose and the process he’s going through we anticipate it will not affect his season, hopefully, training camp or games,” Jackson told the New York Post.
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