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Gay luxury hotel and hospitality brand announced

News release from G Worldwide:


New York based G Worldwide launches the first ever Gay luxury hotel and hospitality brand nationwide. This pioneering brand will cater to the LGBT community their friends, families and supporters.

G Worldwide captures attention from investors as the brand enters the Bloomberg exchange.


These beautifully located hotels with uber high-tech facilities will launch in 5 major US locations over the next two years. Some of the most innovative, creative people in design, food & beverage, nightlife, events and hospitality have assembled to create this pioneering resort lifestyle concept.

G Worldwide will begin with properties in New York, Florida, California and Las Vegas before setting sights internationally.

The G Worldwide brand will officially launch promotional activities on June 1st at Gay Pride Parades across the US culminating at the legendary NYC Pride extravaganza where G Worldwide is a Gold sponsor of this years event .

We hope you can join us for this exciting adventure.

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http://www.gresorts.com

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