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Published on Aug 9, 2012
SAVANNAH GA (August 7, 2012) -- The award-winning Presidents' Quarters Inn releases "This is Savannah!" ™, a tourism video which depicts the celebratory spirit of Savannah. From its popular park-side Savannah B&B on President Street and Oglethorpe Square in downtown Savannah, Georgia, the historic inn enjoys an enviable destination spot for lodging in the historic district.
"Our goal is to deliver a sneak peek to Savannah's landscapes and society, architecture and the arts, history, daily life, and leisure," shares marketing executive Sandy Traub, a Savannah native. "Truly Presidents' Quarters Inn and the historic district are places where rich, happy lives are celebrated every day."
The cinematography by Popcorn Octane LLC captures the picturesque waterfront city, the "Hostess City of the South", showcasing old Savannah places from modern-day Savannah vantage points. Visuals include the monuments to heroes found along Bull Street's avenue to heroes, sculptures of honored citizens including Johnny Mercer, colorful gardens, world-famous architecture and historic home museums, iconic movie spots, the slower paced city, and coastal lifestyles in the waterfront city.
The lively musical score complements the spirit of celebration. We express special thanks to St. John's Episcopal church organist, Brian Taylor who chimed the bells to "America the Beautiful". The bells of St. John's tolled the tune when U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt and his mother's motorcade passed by during the president's official visit to Savannah.
COME. CELEBRATE IN SAVANNAH!
"Think of it!" is the recurring, on-screen text enticing travelers to get away to the pre-Civil War town-homes (circa 1855) -- now an award-winning, small private Savannah hotel (16 rooms) with complimentary chef's breakfast and wine hour, free Wi-Fi and on-site parking.
Tapping an authentic, historical connection, the video script includes Robert E. Lee's famous tribute to Savannah -- "That spot of spots! That place of places!! That city of cities!!!" General Lee was an overnight guest at Presidents' Quarters Inn when the southern-most town home was the residence of General Alexander Lawton, Lee's friend, West Point schoolmate, and later U.S. Ambassador to Austria.
For more information contact Presidents' Quarters Inn, 225 East President Street, Savannah Georgia USA -- toll free 1/800-233-1776 or international 1/912-233-1600. www.presidentsquarters.com, email@example.com |Twitter: @PQInnSavannahGA and on Facebook.