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This year, Children’s Hospital Hringins will benefit from the community initiative of Radisson BLU Hotel Saga and Park Inn Ísland, both part of the Rezidor Hotel chain, who each year contribute to the initiative that aims to do good for the community.
Yesterday, September 30, 2011, Radisson BLU Hotel Saga and Park Inn Ísland offered entertainment at Children’s Hospital Hringins for the children, their families and staff. LazyTown was there and Sportacus and Stephanie visited the children in the hospital.
This is the eighth year in a row that the Rezidor Hotel chain, the parent company of the Radisson BLU and Park Inn Hotel chains, has participated in this community initiative, joining hotels within the chain worldwide in this effort. Staff and guests, along with the public, actively participate in raising money to support the World Childhood Foundation and support a national cause or entity.
“Many of our employees have needed the services of the Children’s Hospital in recent years, and this is why we have a close relationship,” says Valgerður Ómarsdóttir, marketing manager of Radisson Blu Hotel Saga, in an interview with the business newspaper Viðskiptablað. Valgerður also has a lot of praise for the staff of the Children’s Hospital and says that it was a great pleasure to be able to make both the children and the staff there happy.
For fun, it can be mentioned that the Radisson BLU Hotel Saga has converted one of its so-called junior suites into a LazyTown room. In this way, the walls of the suites are decorated in the theme of LazyTown, as well as the bed linen and other things with the signs of LazyTown.
As is known, Dýri Kristjánsson, fund manager at Stefni, has replaced Magnús Scheving as Sportacus, and he was there of course to cheer up the children at the hospital yesterday.