Fairfield Inn & Suites Stay Amazing $500 Gift Card Prize

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Fairfield Inn & Suites is bringing their new “Stay Amazing” campaign to New York City where participants can have a little fun and get the chance to win prizes including free nights at the brand’s NYC hotels and a $500 Marriott Rewards Gift Card.

The event will run October 28 and 29, 2014 at Flatiron Plaza North, 23rd St. and Fifth Avenue.

There will be a giant video game to capture participants’ silhouette which will be displayed while they try to juggle, Of course a NYC selfie opportunity will be available, next to the words #StayAmazing.

Michal Kapral, who holds Guinness World Record for the fastest marathon time while juggling will be on hand to teach people how to joggle (which is jogging while juggling).

Kacy Catanzaro, the first woman to make it to the finals on the American Ninja Warrior NBC show and Rocky Byun, a balance phenom are also part of the campaign.

Here’s a link to Fairfield Inn & Suites videos featuring the three. All of them are cool, but I think I like the Ninja skills best.

The StayAmazing campaign was started by Fairfield Inn & Suites to remind travelers that they can do it all while on the road.

Shruti Buckley, vice president and global brand manager for Fairfield Inn & Suites says, ” “Guests, both leisure and business, have a lot to juggle when they’re on the road. Keeping your balance and keeping up with your daily rhythms takes skill and patience. With more than 700 hotels throughout the US, Fairfield helps guests so they can stay amazing, performing their best while travelling and return home feeling like they have never skipped a beat”.

This popup event sounds like fun, although I won’t be in NYC this week. Hopefully some readers will get a chance to stop by and maybe even win a prize!

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