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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Newberry SC Hotel Offers Convenient Lodging for the Forrest Wood Cup Bass Tournament

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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Newberry South Carolina Hotel offers convenient lodging for the Forrest Wood Cup bass tournament August 14-17, 2014.

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NEWBERRY, SC, August 11, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Holiday Inn Express & Suites Newberry SC Hotel offers convenient lodging for the FLW Forrest Wood Cup bass tournament August 14-17, 2014. The world championship of bass tournaments will be held at Lake Murray in the midlands of South Carolina. Anglers will launch from Dreher Island State Recreation Area, located on the north side of the lake. Pros will compete for a top prize of $500,000, and co-anglers can win up to $50,000. A South Carolina fishing license is required. Pre-tournament Walmart Pro Day will be held on August 9 from 12-2pm at several area locations including 2812 Main Street in Newberry, South Carolina.

"Our hotel is a convenient lodging choice for the Forrest Wood Cup bass tournament," explains Ambria Lanteigne, General Manager at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites. "We are located just a short drive from the launch point at the Dreher Island marina," continues Ms. Lanteigne.

This hotel near downtown Newberry has well appointed guest rooms with microwave, mini refrigerator, and 37-inch flat screen HDTV. The complimentary Express Start Breakfast Bar, with hot and cold favorites, is available each morning in the lobby. Hotel amenities include a business center, free high speed internet access, indoor pool, fitness center, and meeting room. A 24-hour Suite Shop offers snacks and sundries.

The award winning Holiday Inn Express & Suites is close to area attractions including Lake Murray, Enoree River Winery, and the historic Newberry Opera House. Current hotel specials include Best Flexible Rate and the Book Early and Save package. IHG Rewards Club members earn points for their stay at this property. This Newberry South Carolina Hotel is located off I-26 at Exit 76, about 30 minutes north of Columbia.

For more information about the FLW Forrest Wood Cup bass tournament on Lake Murray, visit www.forrestwoodcup.com. To book your stay at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites, contact 803-321-3955 or visit online at www.NEWBERRYSOUTHCAROLINAHOTEL.com.

About Holiday Inn Express & Suites Hotel Newberry

The Holiday Inn Express & Suites Hotel in Newberry is the premier choice among Newberry South Carolina hotels. They are conveniently located at exit 76 off of I-26, about 30 minutes north of Columbia and less than an hour south of Greenville, SC. This Newberry SC hotel has outstanding amenities, including an indoor pool, whirlpool and Fitness Center. Guest should be sure to stop by their complimentary Express Start Breakfast Bar each morning for delights like their signature cinnamon rolls and Smart Roast coffee. Few other Newberry South Carolina hotels can provide travelers with these perks backed by the reputable name they trust. "Stay Smart" at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Hotel.

For more information visit: http://www.NewberrySouthCarolinaHotel.com

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