The New York City Association of Hotel Concierges takes part in
Mayor Bloomberg’s MillionTreesNYC Spring 2013 Planting Day
|New York, NY (April 27, 2013)-On Saturday, April 27th, the New York City Association of Hotel Concierges (NYCAHC) along with its corporate affiliate members and business associates celebrated Mayor Bloomberg’s MillionTreesNYC. This partnership with Mayor Bloomberg and the NYC Parks and New York Restoration Project (NYRP) took place in Alley Pond Park in Queens.|
This year NYCAHC participated in the Spring 2013 Planting Day. After some on-site training, our volunteers truly dug deep by planting 2,000 native shrubs and sown with a mix of native herbaceous plants in Alley Pond Park for over three hours. In addition, NYCAHC donated $2,500 in support of NYC Parks and Recreation.
Ms. Loida Diaz, President of NYCAHC and Concierge at the Trump International Hotel and Tower, says:
The success of this year’s MillionTreesNYC initiative is once again greatly attributed to the talent, passion and participation of our concierge members and friends. NYCAHC thanks all of the volunteers-with special thanks to Six Stars of New York & Bermuda Limousine, who generously provided complimentary transportation to the event.
The New York City Association of Hotel Concierges is a not-for-profit organization that works to foster the professional development of concierges in the hotel industry by promoting tourism and the highest standards for our guests. To learn more about NYAHC and our profession please visit our website atwww.nycahc.org