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$1 Deals on Hotels, Dining, and More in Syracuse, N.Y.

Syracuse Orange is competing for the championship in the NCAA Basketball Tournament. The city is proud to support the Orange and launches a “1 for 1 Orange Special” in 23 participating hotels, restaurants, museums, spas, and attractions. For example:

1. Book three nights and get the 3rd night stay for $1 in Best Western Liverpool Grace Inn & Suites and the Arbor House Inn.
2. 750ml bottle of wine for $1 at Lakeland Winery
3. $1 for a second entrée when you buy the first one at regular price at Speedy Greens Organic Restaurant.

Offer is good until the Syracuse Orange wins the NCAA basketball tournament or loses a game (we certainly want it to last until Orange wins). Rules and regulations apply. For more detail, visit www.visitsyracuse.org/alltheway.

Last but not least, I claim that I do not work for Syracuse CVB. I just feel proud of our team and want support Syracuse Orange. Go Orange!

References:
MSNBC: http://tinyurl.com/LinchiKwok03222010
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