SOURCE: Marriott International

Marriott International

May 23, 2012 13:41 ET

North Tampa, FL Hotel Staff Volunteers for Dixie Wheelchair Athletic Association Games

A Rewarding Morning of Inspiration for Seven Fairfield Inn & Suites North Tampa Employees

TEMPLE TERRACE, FL--(Marketwire - May 23, 2012) - On Friday, May 11, 2012, seven employees at the Fairfield Inn & Suites North Tampa, a hotel near USF Tampa, hit the bulls eye on their target of giving back when they volunteered to organize the archery competition for the 32nd annual Dixie Wheelchair Athletic Association (DWAA) Games.

Held in Tampa, FL, near this family-friendly Tampa hotel, the games are hosted annually by the DWAA, who has been providing competitive and recreational sports opportunities to athletes with visual and physical disabilities for more than 30 years. This year's games, held May 11th through the 13th, featured participants as young as 10 and through adulthood, with disabilities ranging from the visually impaired to amputees to those with paralysis.

The volunteers from this North Tampa, FL hotel included general manager Katya Sljusar, sales coordinator Bret Peretz, front desk associate Michael Parsons, breakfast attendant Jean Byrne, front-office manager Matt Berry and housekeepers Voncia Whaley and Candace Haywood. Each of them finished the day inspired by the athletes and grateful for the opportunity to work within the community. To learn more about the DWAA and the games, visit www.dixiegames.com.

The spirit to serve crosses over to the guest experience at this hotel near I-75 in Tampa, where every guest will feel at home. Newly renovated accommodations feature modern amenities such as flat-screen cable TVs and complimentary high-speed wireless Internet. And, whether you're a family of four or a solo business traveler, you'll appreciate each room's generous work space with ergonomic chair, coffee/tea service, microwave, mini-fridge and views overlooking the lush grounds, outdoor pool and whirlpool. Both king and double rooms are available, while one-room king suites feature sofa beds, making them a great choice for families or groups.

Facilities throughout the property were created with your needs in mind, and include a business center, fitness center and 24-hour market. If you're looking to explore Tampa's major attractions, you're close to everything from shopping and white-sand beaches to fine dining and football at the University of South Florida. For families, MOSI, Busch Gardens, Lowry Park Zoo and Adventure Island Amusement Park are all nearby.

About the Fairfield Inn & Suites North Tampa
Located just off of I-75, the Fairfield Inn & Suites North Tampa is perfectly designed to meet the needs of today's modern traveler, from families to executives. Each of the guestrooms and large suites at this Tampa hotel has been newly renovated and offers a view of the lush grounds, outdoor pool and whirlpool. Business-friendly accommodations feature ample work space with ergonomic chairs, complimentary high-speed wireless Internet, coffee/tea service, a microwave, mini-fridge and 32-inch flat-screen cable TV. If you're traveling solo or with family or friends, king and double rooms are available, while one-room king suites include sofa beds. There's something at this Florida Green-Lodging property for everyone, including a business center, fitness center and 24-hour market, while the area offers a number of family-friendly attractions, including Lowry Park Zoo, Adventure Island Amusement Park, MOSI and Busch Gardens. For grown-up fun, don't miss Tampa's shopping, white-sand beaches, world-class dining and entertainment, including games at the University of South Florida.

Contact Information

  • CONTACT:
    Katya Sljusar
    Fairfield Inn & Suites North Tampa
    1-813-989-0007
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