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Provenance Hotels Launches “We Heart Boobies” Room Rates in Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, New Orleans and Nashville for the Month of October

Raising Funds and Awareness for Keep A Breast During National Breast Cancer Month

October, 2, 2015 – PORTLAND – This October during National Breast Cancer Month, Provenance Hotels’ collection of urban boutique hotels in Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, New Orleans and Nashville are teaming up with The Keep A Breast Foundation™ to offer “We Heart Boobies” fund raising rates on rooms and “i heart boobies” bracelets with proceeds benefitting education and awareness programs that use art, creative expression and grassroots action to inform young people about methods of prevention, early detection, coping and support.

Keep A Breast is famous for working with boundary-pushing artists like Shepard Fairey, Mike Giant and Ed Templeton to raise funds and awareness, making them a perfect fit for Provenance Hotels’ portfolio of creative, art-filled hotels. When travelers to the Pacific Northwest and Southeast book the “We Heart Boobies” rate for stays in October at Seattle’s Hotel Max, Tacoma’s Hotel Murano, Portland’s Hotel Lucia, Hotel deLuxe or Sentinel, New Orleans historic Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery or Nashville’s Hotel Preston, Provenance Hotels will donate 10% of their room rate to Keep A Breast. The “We Heart Boobies” rate can be booked on the hotel websites and is available for stays between October 1 and 31, 2015.

In an effort to raise awareness for methods of early detection, prevention and support, guests of Provenance Hotels will also find Keep A Breast educational breast self-exam cards and copies of the organization’s art-filled magazine in every hotel room during National Breast Cancer Month. Plus, at the front desk, the hotels will offer Keep A Breast’s signature “i love boobies” bracelets for sale, priced at $4 each, with 100% of the proceeds supporting Keep A Breast education and awareness programs.

Kate Buska
Director of Public Relations
Ph: 503-548-9399