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Now Hiring! | Value Place Hotels are Looking to Hire Employees with Strong Character and Guest Focus

Value Place Hotels are hiring all over the country.

Value Place Hotels all over the country are now hiring!

Value Place Extended Stay Hotels are now hiring for multiple positions all across the country. Click the links to see the full job description and compensation. The open positions are as follows:

Safety Attendant – This team member is given a place to live on-site at one of our Value Place Hotel locations. They are required to be able to respond to all safety concerns at all times. Click here for more information.

Property Attendant – This team member is an expert in professional maintenance and repairman-ship. They are a Mr(s). Fix-It and Jack-of-All-Trades. Click here for more information.

Guest Attendant – This team member is a skilled salesman and a genuinely kind person. (S)He loves to smile and help people solve problems. Click here for more information.

Studio Attendant – This team member is organized and loves to be clean. They have an eye for improvement and are quick but thorough in all they do. Click here for more information.

These positions are open in the following geographic areas:

  • Johnson City, TN 423-283-0365
  • Champaign, IL 217-359-5499
  • Evansville, IN 812-853-0900
  • Elgin, SC 803-699-1413
  • Lexington, SC 803-356-1303
  • Greenville, SC 864-277-5500
  • Simpsonville, SC 864-962-9500
  • Duncan, SC 864-486-9998
  • Macon, GA 478-477-0949 or 478-477-8347

If you are looking for a job in one of these areas and you are interested in one of the positions listed above, PLEASE APPLY. Don’t hesitate to call the property directly if you have any questions. Thank you!

Making Back to School More Affordable | Value Place Extended Stay Hotel

Photo of College student saying "7 Classes 1 Notebook"

And maybe a pencil…

Whether you are a parent driving your new Freshman student to college many hours away or a student looking for off-campus housing for the school year, finding an affordable place to stay can be a challenge. Everyone else is trying to do the same thing at the same time. If you didn’t book months in advance, finding an open hotel room or apartment can be a near impossible feat.

But here’s some news: a lot of people don’t think to stay at an extended stay hotel. But the fact is, according to HR Magazine, extended stay hotels are a growing segment in the travel accommodation industry. CCIM says that extended stay hotels are intended for stays lasting 4 nights to 4 months+. The extended stay business model relies on both higher occupancy for longer periods of time which cuts down on overhead and also simple, basic amenities so that the price is significantly reduced for guests. For example, a traditional hotel will cost anywhere from $65 to $120 for the night while an extended stay hotel will cost $28 dollars for the night. But you have to stay for four nights. See how it works?

So for the parents or students looking for an extended stay at one of the following universities or colleges, look up Value Place Extended Stay Hotels – the best in the market – known for shocking affordability and brilliant cleanliness:

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Learn from the best.

Evansville Flash Flooding Solutions

House is Sunk by Water in Evansville, IN

Value Place in Evansville, IN wants the local public to know that their rooms are available for those who need a place to stay while their living arrangements may have been effected by the storm. The Value Place Hotel is an extended stay accommodation for guests looking to live temporarily in a clean and safe environment. Please don’t hesitate to contact the friendly  staff there. There are currently 6 available rooms. Contact them here.

Posted 1 hour, 4 minutes ago – National Weather Service

“A Flash Flood Warning remains in effect until 3:15 pm CDT for Western Warrick, Eastern Gibson, Western Pike and eastern Vanderburgh counties in Southwest Indiana, and northeastern Henderson and Northwestern Daviess counties in northwest Kentucky. At 1:25 pm CDT, local law enforcement officials reported that flash flooding continued on the east side of Evansville and in Newburgh. Radar indicated that scattered showers and thunderstorms with heavy rainfall continued to stream south over the warned area. Although the overall intensity of the storms has decreased some, a few additional periods of heavy rainfall are likely. The additional rains may not cause a major increase in the severity of the flooding, but it will keep the pressure on drainage systems and likely result a longer duration of the flooding conditions.”

Locations In The warned area include Evansville, Oakland city, Petersburg, Newburgh and Spottsville.

Read the full Warning here:

http://www.google.org/publicalerts/alert?aid=c3596bddc06cdb3f&hl=en&gl=US&source=web