Red Lion Partners with Bulk TV for HDTV Services
Thursday May 22nd, 2014 - 9:23AM BA
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RALEIGH, NC—Bulk TV & Internet, a provider of television solutions to hotels nationwide, has partnered with Red Lion Hotels Corporation to provide high-definition programming services for many of their hotels.
Bulk TV's free-to-guest television solutions deliver high definition programming from DIRECTV.
“Since making the switch to Bulk TV, the response from both our guests and our operators at these hotels has been overwhelmingly positive,” said David Barbieri, SVP & chief information officer for Red Lion Hotels Corporation.
Since its inception in 2004, Bulk TV has grown rapidly and currently provides standard and high definition TV services to over 3,500 properties nationally and across all major brands. The company provides turnkey solutions including complete engineering and fulfillment of technologies, project management, professional installations, and 24/7 technical support.
"We are extremely proud to have added Red Lion Hotels and Red Lion Inn & Suites to our portfolio," said James Jessel, VP of sales for Bulk TV & Internet. "Collectively, we put together a very robust lineup of HD channels as part of our deployment, and we are pleased that Bulk TV was chosen to be are part of a larger strategy to enhance their guests' overall experience. The Red Lion culture is extremely very personal, and we are thrilled to be working with such a forward thinking organization."
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