DNCC Hotel Prize Patrol

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During the week of August 25-28, more than 35,000 delegates, media and guests will descend upon Denver for the 2008 Democratic National Convention. Where will they stay? The Democratic National Convention Committee has a block of 17,000 hotel rooms set aside. Delegations are traditionally the first group of Convention attendees to receive their housing assignments — and this was the big week. While delegations across the country received their assignments online, DNCC Director of Housing, Tina Akintayo, rolled out the news to the 27 local hotels assigned to house delegations in a very unique way. Watch this video to see how Tina delivered the news around town.


7 Responses to DNCC Hotel Prize Patrol

  1. lee19503 says:

    Tina Akintayo: Director of Housing

    I understand many people have offered to rent their apartments or homes for the August Democratic Convention. Can you direct me to the site where I may post an availablility of my townhome/condo two bedroom in downtown Denver? My townhome is located on Race Street and very convenient for Democratic Convention goers. Thank you for your help in the area.

  2. Jason says:

    Hi Lee,

    There is no official listing of private residences associated with the DNCC. However, there are more than enough websites out there that can assist you in promoting your condo. Best of luck!


  3. lee19503 says:

    Jason: Thank you for responding. Is there any chance you can direct me to the websites that may be of assistance. Thanks again!

  4. Jason says:

    Lee, you might want to try Craigslist.

  5. rplinpa says:

    Great video. Anyone know where the Pennsylvania delegation will be staying?

  6. Troy says:

    Your best bet is with a great site called DNC08Rentals.com. They offer full services like a hotel making it much easier to find a taker for your loft, condo, or apartment.

  7. Chris says:

    You could also try eventhotelrooms.com, they have hotel rooms listed for the convention.

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