Monday, June 25, 2007

Road Closures Be Damned

Posted By on Mon, Jun 25, 2007 at 9:37 AM

Kudos to the well prepared folks at Hotel Congress, who are thinking ahead about the many road closures and how their customers are going to get there. Here's part of an e-mail Hotel Congress sent out

We've got you covered during the Construction Craze here in Tucson. Major construction affecting the Hotel Congress includes the 4th Avenue Underpass Improvement Project & the I-10 Widening Project. No need to worry, we pledge to keep you au courant through our website, emails, & event hotline.

Our website will be updated daily with all the latest parking, traffic, and construction information making your next trip to Hotel Congress, Club Congress, The Cup Cafe, & Copper Hall easier than you could ever imagine.

If you're on the road and in need of guidance (of the traffic sorts, personal life guidance is extra), our employees are available to help you by calling 622-8848 or toll free at 1-800-722-8848. You can even dial extension 513 for an updated "Construction and Traffic" recording featuring the most convenient directions to the Hotel Congress.

Remember, grasshopper, patience is a virtue and with the recent announcement from the Vatican calling Road Rage an official sin, it looks like all of us Tucsonans and visitors will be put to the test (their words not mine).

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