March 28th, 2009 8:30pm- 9:30pm
Guest Communication of Earth Hour

                        Dear Guest,
                        On Saturday, March 28, 2009...
Associate Communication of Earth Hour
                                                                                    ...
The CG restaurant participated by
turning on the flames and lowering
the lights all night.
The following pictures
Show our property before Earth Hour and then during Earth Hour….
The Grand Lobby
Manhattan Ballroom
Front Façade- Hyatt sign on 42ns Street
Outside of the Manhattan Sky
Restaurant. View from 42nd avenue.
Grand Hyatt NY with Chrysler Building
Grand Central Station - Grand Hyatt NY - Chrysler Building
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Grand Hyatt New York Earth Hour

  1. 1. March 28th, 2009 8:30pm- 9:30pm
  2. 2. Guest Communication of Earth Hour Dear Guest, On Saturday, March 28, 2009, at 8:30 pm, Grand Hyatt New York will take part in Earth Hour—the world’s largest global climate change event. By turning off our façade Hyatt signage and dimming lights in our lobby for 60 minutes, we will join millions of concerned citizens throughout the world in calling for action to save our planet for future generations. We’d like to encourage you, our valued guest, to join us in this important and inspiring effort. Led by the World Wildlife Fund, more than 50 million people in 370 cities around the world took part in Earth Hour last year. The lights went out at Sydney’s Opera House, Rome’s Coliseum, the Empire State Building and the Golden Gate Bridge. Even the Google homepage went dark for the day! This year Earth Hour will be even bigger. In the United States cities large and small ranging from Wilmington, NC to Chicago have said they’ll participate, with more signing up daily. They will join international cities such as Beijing, Cape Town, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, London, Manila, Mexico City, Moscow, New York, Paris, Rome, and Toronto. To get a better sense of the magnitude and inspiring nature of the event, go to www.earthhour.org. Energy efficiency isn’t just good for the bottom line. As citizens of the world, we all have a stake in the future of our planet and must seek to operate in ways that don’t deplete our world’s limited natural resources. In the past year the Grand Hyatt New York has taken a closer look at ways we can operate more efficiently, waste less, and reduce our environmental footprint—not only on a property level, but also throughout our hotel chain. That’s because all of us here at Grand Hyatt New York care about the future of our world and will do what we can to make a positive difference. We want New York City to turn out more lights than any other city in the world during this historic event—we hope you’ll join us by taking part! Sincerely, Diana Beltran Environmental Development Manager Grand Hyatt New York Hotel Diana.Beltran@hyatt.com
  3. 3. Associate Communication of Earth Hour March 12th 2009 On Saturday, March 28, 2009, at 8:30 p.m., Grand Hyatt New York will be taking part in Earth Hour, sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund. We’ll be joining tens of millions of concerned citizens and corporations in calling for action to save our planet for future generations. If you’d like a high level history of Earth Hour, more than 50 million people in 400 cities around the world took part in Earth Hour 2008. The lights went out at Sydney’s Opera House, Rome’s Coliseum, the Empire State Building and the Golden Gate Bridge. Even the Google homepage went dark for the day. Many major corporations took part including HP, Coca‐Cola, and Morgan Stanley. This year, Earth Hour promises to be even bigger. In the United States, cities large and small have said they’ll participate including Washington D.C and Chicago…with more signing on daily. They will Letter/Email/ Video join international cities such as Beijing, Cape Town, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, London, Manila, Mexico City, Moscow, Rome, and Toronto. You can view WWF’s video about Earth Hour 2009 at www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjWD8pbK5t8 to get a sense of the magnitude of this event. I’m excited about Earth Hour, both as an associate of Grand Hyatt New York and as an individual. I hope you’ll join me in uniting with the world to make a difference for our planet. Don’t forget—March 28th at 8:30 pm, turn out, take action. We’re proud that our company is making a statement about the fight against climate change, and we as individuals can sign up to participate, too. You can learn more about Earth Hour at www.EarthHour.org, and you can sign up to participate at www.EarthHour.org/signup. Thanks, Diana
  4. 4. The CG restaurant participated by turning on the flames and lowering the lights all night.
  5. 5. The following pictures Show our property before Earth Hour and then during Earth Hour….
  6. 6. The Grand Lobby
  7. 7. Manhattan Ballroom
  8. 8. Front Façade- Hyatt sign on 42ns Street
  9. 9. Outside of the Manhattan Sky Restaurant. View from 42nd avenue.
  10. 10. Grand Hyatt NY with Chrysler Building
  11. 11. Grand Central Station - Grand Hyatt NY - Chrysler Building
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