Published on September 12th, 2013 | by Ben Hartman


Local Chambers Of Commerce Combine Forces To Revamp An Area Holiday Inn

HolidayInn_#1The location of 8787 Reeder road in Overland Park, KS has been a hotel for over 40 years.  As one of Overland Park’s original hotels, it has stood the test of time and served the community well.  The hotel has flown a couple of different flags over the decades but has been steadily operating in recent memory as a Holiday Inn.  On September 11, 2013 the hotel re-opened after it’s completion of a multimillion dollar renovation.  With help from the Lenexa Chamber of Commerce, the Overland Park Chamber of Commerce and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Holiday Inn location was able to make the renovation happen.  The newly remodeled lobby was buzzing with members of the business community as everyone lined up for the official ribbon cutting ceremony.  Some of the new amenities include an upgraded 10,000 ft meeting space, a new business center, new workout facility and a 24 hour pantry.  The hotel now has an exciting new modern visual aesthetic that stimulates the senses but is still comforting and relaxing.  Not only has the Holiday Inn Overland Park location renovated their hotel but they have plans to do the same to their award winning Green Mill restaurant.  Whether you are entertaining business clients or you have loved ones in town, make sure they get the comfort and convenience they deserve by recommending they stay at the newly renovated facility.

(09/11/13 Weather Kansas City – 92 degrees and sunny)

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Ben Hartman

Ben Hartman is a Kansas City native that has lived on both coasts and traveled the country extensively. Ever inquisitive, he likes to ask a lot of questions and he likes his coffee black. Ben has degrees from Full Sail University in audio engineering and entertainment business. Ben is obsessed with tech trends and emerging mediums of media distribution. He’s worked with many national music acts as a cameraman on stage in front of tens of thousands of people at a time. Working under pressure is one of his specialties. He lives for creative enterprises and enjoys breaking a good sweat!

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