*** Justice unveils The Greenbrier's 'Tribute to the Virginias' package

By The West Virginia Record | Oct 22, 2009

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS -- Jim Justice, owner and chairman of The Greenbrier, has unveiled an unprecedented offer exclusively for residents of West Virginia and Virginia to stay at the luxurious resort for $59 per night.

The Tribute to the Virginias package is only available on the nights of Nov. 15-16 and Dec. 18-20, 2009 as well as Jan. 8-10 and Feb. 5-7, 2010.

"Tribute to the Virginias is our way of saying thank you to our friends and neighbors for their support of this grand resort," said Justice. "The Greenbrier is a national treasure, and we want to share our enthusiasm and our new amenities with the citizens of West Virginia and Virginia. The people of these two states feel a sense of pride about The Greenbrier and we want them to experience the warm hospitality and many wonderful amenities here."

This celebration of the resort's recent successes also includes $20 in Match Play coupons per night for The Tavern Casino, complimentary greens fees and 20 percent off of all other outdoor activities, including falconry, off-road driving, mountain biking, sporting clays, carriage rides and horseback riding. In addition, dinner dances, featuring a spectacular themed buffet, either A Celebration of the Virginias or A Taste of The Greenbrier, will be available on select dates at a rate of $45 per person.

For reservations, visit www.greenbrier.com/tribute or call 800-453-4858. The daily resort fee is waived for guests on this package, however county and state taxes apply. This rate, based on single or double occupancy, is valid for standard rooms only; add-on rates apply for premium rooms, including suites and guest houses. A limit of two rooms per guest may be booked at this rate. A non-refundable deposit equal to all room and tax charges is due at the time of booking. This package is only available on select dates and for two nights maximum. A valid photo ID, with proof of residency, must be shown at check-in.

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