“Grow local. Eat local. Sleep local.” on Thunderbird Inn in Savannah GA popular marquee. The vintage inn’s sign is the largest neon sign in Savannah and Chatham County, Georgia.
October 3-4, 2011, Widespread Panic came to town to jam at the Savannah Civic Center. We had two sell out nights filled with fans! “We hope to see you all again when Widespread Panic returns!” says Mark Thomas, General Manager.
“When we arrived it was obvious this place [The Thunderbird Inn, downtown Savannah GA] caters to the dog-loving crowd.
Even the house keepers made a point to say hello to the dogs.”
– Suzanne Jalot, Dog Living Magazine
What a thrilled for our pet-friendly Thunderbird Inn in downtown Savannah to be featured in “Dog Friendly Magazine”, September 2011! We were happy to champion and host this publisher’s visit, and to showcase the many ways that Savannah is wonderfully inviting and welcoming to pet-lovers their four-legged, family pals.
We have found a niche here at The Thunderbird inn in downtown Savannah as a pet-friendly hotel. We think the success comes, in part, because we make and keep rules, and guests like that! Pet-loving travelers are attentive to their traveling pets needs, behavior, readiness to travel. They appreciate that our hotel staff and management dedicate a lot of attention to making the pet(s) and all our human guests happy and comfortable.
Here’s a link to the article, “Sniffing Around Savannah” (September 2011), an Adobe PDF file. Thank you again, Suzanne, for taking time to explore Savannah and share you great finds with your Dog Living Magazine readers!
For more information, contact Thunderbird inn General Manager, Mark Thomas, telephone 912/232-2661, email email@example.com; TheThunderbirdInn.com. 611 West Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, Georgia USA 31041.
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In the Savannah, Georgia, the “to-go” cup is legendary. The open container laws prohibit the existence of open containers of alcohol in public (on the streets) [Savannah City Code Section 6-1215]. In the Savannah Historic District downtown, city law allows possession and consumption on the street of one alcoholic beverage in an open plastic container of not more than 16 ounces — the “to-go” cup!
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Some businesses choose to keep pace. Others want to set a smashing pace. The Thunderbird Inn’s marketing team, lead by General Manager Mark Thomas and Marketing Executive Sandy Traub, decided to quicken the inn’s marketing pace in 2008, and have not stopped! In August 2011 the national newsletter pacesetters, MYEMMA points to the inn’s social media genius using Facebook.