Friday, April 9, 2010

Changing History in a City that Changed History


Clean the World has finally landed in the City of Brotherly Love.  The Sheraton Philadelphia University City (http://www.philadelphiasheraton.com/) has recently joined our life saving soap and amenity recycling program.  As an organization one of our goals is to change the course of history, so it is only fitting to find such a wonderful partner in the very city that has changed the course of human history.

The Sheraton Philadelphia University City truly has everything to offer, whether a site-seeing vacationer or the traveling businessman.  The Sheraton is home to 332 luxurious rooms, all of which feature their signature Sweet Sleeper beds, in-room computers, remote printing, 37 inch LCD TV’s, and complimentary wifi internet access.

Stay on top of your game in the 24-hour Fitness Center.  Complete with touch screen equipment, heart rate monitor, iPod playlist integration, and a breathtaking view of the Philadelphia skyline.  The Sheraton is also home to a seasonal outdoor pool that invites you to take a crack at some of Phelps’ records, or just pull up a chair and take in some rays.

If sightseeing is your desire, there may be no better city than Philadelphia.  Philadelphia is truly one of the richest historic locations in the entire modern world.  See where our forefathers signed the Declaration of Independence, visit the Liberty Bell, and definitely don’t skip out on the Franklin Institute.  There are countless museums and fine arts facilities to visit as well.  For the kids, the Please Touch Museum is a must.  Hands on learning that encourages both parents and children to engage in interactive learning exhibits.

On your next trip to the City of Brotherly Love be sure to stop and stay with our friends at The Sheraton Philadelphia University City, and tell them thank you for helping Clean the World reach our goal of saving 1,000,000 lives every year.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You know this was the easiest way to place my opinion...I feel for the kids in other countries, but how often do you see and ad or commercial about helping the citizens of the united stated. Whether it be man, woman or child that are homeless with no place to go. How about we take that into consideration. I might feel better about making donations to things like this if it were going to help fellow americans before worrying about other people that are thousands of miles away...

September 2, 2010 at 6:30 PM  

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