Hotel Phillips and 12 Baltimore Serve Complimentary Lunch to the First Responders Who Serve Kansas City
On September 9, Firefighters, Police and EMS in the Downtown Kansas City Area Can Pick Up Lunch and Sports Tickets at the Hotel’s Front Entrance!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (August 29, 2011) – - – Hotel Phillips and 12 Baltimore will host a First Responders Lunch on Friday, September 9 from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. They will offer complimentary “on-the-go” style lunches to the city’s public safety workers, which include Kansas City Metro police officers, firefighters and emergency medical service workers. It is Hotel Phillips’ way to show gratitude to the city’s finest! For convenience, first responders can simply pull up to the hotel’s main entrance at 106 W. 12th St., show their badge or identification card and lunch will be brought directly to their vehicle. All meals will feature a 12 Baltimore Smokehouse Cheeseburger, house-made potato chips, apple, a can of soda and signature brownie. In addition, the first 100 lunches will include two tickets to the September 27 hockey game between the Los Angeles Kings and the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Sprint Center.
“At Hotel Phillips and 12 Baltimore, we wanted to say thank you to all the men and women who serve Kansas City every day, often risking their lives for our city.” said Dan Bergmann, general manager of Hotel Phillips. “On the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and the 10th anniversary of the day and year when our hotel opened under the Marcus Corporation, we felt it was an excellent time to acknowledge Kansas City’s first responders.”
Hotel Phillips opened in 1931 as the city’s most elegant hotel. Today it retains that beautiful distinctive Art Deco elegance that is now combined with the ambiance of a European Boutique-style hotel and features unparalleled guest services and amenities. Hotel Phillips is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been recognized in Southern Living, Food & Wine, and The Wall Street
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