Luxury short-term rental operator ENVITAE has announced it will offer free stays for medical staff and first responders actively fighting the COVID-19 pandemic in Baltimore, Chicago and Long Beach
CHICAGO, IL / ACCESSWIRE / March 31, 2020 / Luxury short-term rental provider ENVITAE is openly offering free stays for first responders and medical staff actively fighting the COVID-19 pandemic in Baltimore, Chicago and Long Beach. Medical staff and first responders can stay for up to 5 days free of charge, and extend their stay at heavily discounted rates.
'We are incredibly grateful for the exceptional medical professionals who are combatting this devastating virus and saving countless lives while risking their own health at the same time.' Said Josh Rogers, CEO of ENVITAE. 'This outbreak requires everybody to do their part, and we want to help make a difference by providing free housing to the heroes who need it the most.'
First responders and medical staff in need of accommodation in Baltimore, Chicago or Long Beach are encouraged to reach out to ENVITAE at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide their name, requested location and dates. More information can be found at www.envitae.io/helpinghand. If you are not a medical professional yourself, the company encourages you to share this offer with any acquaintances that are working in the medical field in Baltimore, Chicago or Long Beach.
ENVITAE will do its best to accommodate received requests subject to limited capacity. Stays are available for up to 5 days -- the full terms and conditions are available on the website and more details can be requested by email.
ENVITAE offers all the great benefits of an apartment stay, with the assurances of a professional host. All of our homes carefully crafted for guests to stay in luxury, while enjoying a premium concierge service and rich smart technology incorporated into their stays. To book, or for more information, visit envitae.io or follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.
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