2014

Runners 'Tie' into Hyatt Gold Passport at The 2003 LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon on Oct. 12 Wear a Tie - Win a Free Night at Hyatt Hotels or Resorts Worldwide



    CHICAGO, Oct. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- To hit the ground running with its highly
 acclaimed Faster Free Nights(TM) promotion, Hyatt Gold Passport(R) offers The
 LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon runners the opportunity to win a free night at
 Hyatt hotels or resorts worldwide. From an escape to the land down under at
 Grand Hyatt Melbourne, to romance on the beaches of Hyatt Regency Maui Resort
 and Spa, to world-renowned dining at Highlands Inn Park Hyatt in Carmel,
 Calif., winning Chicago Marathoners may choose their own course with Hyatt
 hotels or resorts on every continent.
     Hyatt Gold Passport will reward the first 1,000 runners that start and
 finish The LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon wearing a necktie a Faster Free Night
 at Hyatt hotels or resorts worldwide. The first runner to cross the finish
 line wearing a necktie will win 750,000 Gold Passport points, equivalent to 50
 free nights at any Hyatt hotel or resort worldwide. All runners must register
 at the Hyatt tent after the race in order to qualify for the chance to win a
 Faster Free Night.
     "Kicking off our Faster Free Nights promotion at The LaSalle Bank Chicago
 Marathon is a great opportunity for us to showcase how easy it is for Gold
 Passport members to earn unlimited free nights at Hyatt," said Amy Weyman,
 Vice President, Hyatt Gold Passport.
     Hyatt Gold Passport's Faster Free Nights(TM) promotion allows Hyatt Gold
 Passport members to earn a free night after every two stays when paying with a
 valid MasterCard(R) card from October 15, 2003 to February 29, 2004. Members
 can earn unlimited free nights and redeem their Faster Free Nights beginning
 November 1, 2003 through April 30, 2004.
     "The marathon is a Chicago tradition," said Fred P. Gore, senior vice
 president of North America Acceptance for MasterCard International. "Hyatt's
 Faster Free Nights promotion with MasterCard will make reaching the finish
 line an extra rewarding experience."
     Running 26.2 miles is a challenge -- winning a free night from Hyatt Gold
 Passport is easy. Runners may qualify to win a free night by wearing a Faster
 Free Nights necktie or their own (pinned or tied on to clothing, hair or hat),
 while running The LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon on October 12. Lightweight
 Faster Free Nights neckties will be available at the Hyatt Gold Passport booth
 during The LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon Health and Fitness Expo at McCormick
 Place on Friday, October 10, and Saturday, October 11, and at the Buckingham
 Fountain area on the morning of the race.
     Runners completing the marathon wearing a necktie from start to finish
 must register at the Hyatt Gold Passport tent located beyond the finish line
 in the Runner Reunite area surrounding Buckingham Fountain. The fastest 1,000
 runners who register will be rewarded a free night based on race times posted
 in the Chicago Tribune the following day.
 
     About Hyatt
     Currently, there are 207 Hyatt hotels and resorts around the world. Hyatt
 Corporation and its affiliates operate, manage, franchise or lease 121 hotels
 and resorts in the U.S., Canada and the Caribbean. Affiliates of Hyatt
 International Corporation operate, manage or franchise 86 hotels and resorts
 in 39 countries. In the U.S., Hyatt worldwide reservations for individuals and
 groups can be reached at 1-800-233-1234. Outside the U.S., contact the local
 Hyatt sales office or representative. For more information about Hyatt hotels
 and resorts, visit Hyatt on the Internet at www.hyatt.com .
 
 

SOURCE Hyatt Hotels Corporation

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