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Savannah Lodging Donates St. Patrick’s Day Food and Drink Sales To Charity

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The St. Patrick's Day celebration is over but Savannah businesses and hotels are still seeing green.

Savannah Lodging, which owns the Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn Express on Bay Street, says rooms for Friday and Saturday went quickly, while Sunday and Monday took a little longer to sell out because of the weather.

The company also sells food and drinks during the parade to go to charity.

"It was a little disappointing that the parade traffic was a little bit slower, we didn't raise quite as much as we had hoped for 1 Boy 4 Change, but we do a lot of fundraising throughout the year so we are going to keep them on our radar," said the Dir. of Sales and Marketing for Savannah Lodging, Morgan Stincer.

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