Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast and Extended Stay Suites Participates in B&B’s for Vets
Rosevine Inn of Tyler recently announced its participation in B&B’s for Vets, a national program offering complimentary overnight stays for veterans and active military. The B&B’s for Vets program, hosted by the Association of Lodging Professionals, is designed to thank our nation’s veterans and active military for their service by providing them with the unique experience of staying at independent lodging properties like Bed and Breakfasts.
The B&B’s for Vets program was started by Kathleen Panek, a West Virginia innkeeper, in 2008 and thousands of veterans and active military have been hosted over the years. We feel this is the least we can do for our veterans, said Rebecca Powell, Innkeeper and owner of Rosevine Inn. Innkeepers are known for offering their hospitality, and we are honored to serve those who have offered so much for our nation.
“There’s really no way to convey the challenges that active duty separations bring to marriages and taking the time to reconnect can be difficult when you finally get back home,” said Fiona, a former B&B’s for Vets guest. “The benefit to our relationship is still being felt, and the fantastic memories are a great motivation to be sure we take time with each other after every separation.”
Complimentary overnight stays are available at volunteer host Bed & Breakfast across the USA. Offer details are listed by region on BandBsforVets.org.
For more information about Rosevine Inn Bed and Breakfast and Extended Stay Suites, please see their website, https://www.rosevine.com
Cover Photo courtesy Rosevine Inn.
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