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Hurricane Sandy Comeback Special: Save at 26 Bed and Breakfasts this October

September 3, 2013 by


The Preferred Inns of New Jersey Bed and Breakfast Association has put together a special deal with 26 of its member B & Bs as part of a Hurricane Sandy comeback special. Plan your stay from Sunday through Thursday anytime in October (excluding Columbus Day weekend) and you’ll save 10%.

Back Inn Business

Back Inn Business Campaign

Hurricane Sandy hit New Jersey on October 29, 2012. It was the deadliest most destructive hurricane to hit the northeast in 40 years and the second costliest in U.S. history.

Many of the inns in the area did not escape Sandy’s fury, but they didn’t let it beat them. Those participating in the Back Inn Business campaign have rebuilt, and resurrected what the superstorm claimed last October.

Save at 26 Bed and Breakfasts

Twenty-six bed and breakfasts are taking part in the Back Inn Business initiative, all of which are members of The Preferred Inns of New Jersey Bed & Breakfast Association. Guests can reserve a room now for any time in October and save.

It’s a perfect time to visit the Garden State as the shore is beautiful in the fall, and while you’re there you may want to drive inland and enjoy the fall colors and pleasant weather. Check the Back Inn Business¬†website for a full list of participating B & Bs.

The Sand Castle

Innkeepers Joining Together

Innkeepers who were affected by the storm, and some who weren’t, have joined together in this campaign in a show of camaraderie. They are available to give personal accounts of their first-hand Sandy experiences to guests.

This is a great way to show support to the area. To take advantage of this special deal, call the bed and breakfast of your choice and make mention of “Back Inn Business” when you make your reservation. Visit each inn’s website to check if any restrictions apply.

Photo credits: Bed & Brunch pr

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  1. Julie C. says:

    This just makes good business sense. People need to know they are all cleaned up and repaired as good as new. The discounts should certainly help.

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