Capital Region Chamber issued the following announcement on Nov. 6.
The Landing Hotel, an upscale boutique hotel overlooking Mohawk Harbor in Schenectady and adjacent to Rivers Casino, today announced its partnership with lifestyle brand Beekman 1802. The national brand, based in Sharon Springs, NY, is bringing its Fresh Air bath amenity line to all guests staying at The Landing Hotel.
“Featuring Beekman 1802’s Fresh Air line of bath products at The Landing Hotel is a perfect complement to our guest experience, which is focused on providing a luxurious, pampered and modern environment,” said The Landing Hotel’s General Manager, Laura Primiano. “We are thrilled to be partnering with Beekman 1802, not only because they are a local company, but because their lifestyle approach to business is an ideal fit for the type of experience we have created here at The Landing Hotel. We look forward to a long-lasting and fruitful relationship.”
The Fresh Air line is a fresh and contemporary bath amenity line that includes shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, lotion, body bar, facial bar and make-up remover. The collection combines natural ingredients, such as goat milk and citrus, and is free of parabens, paraffins and sulfates. The packaging is 100% recyclable.
“As a company that champions community revitalization, we are so thrilled to be part of The Landing Hotel. Made right here in Upstate NY, Beekman 1802 products can be found in luxury hotels around the world. And now, when visiting Schenectady, your stay can be a little more luxurious,” said Brent Ridge, co-founder of Beekman 1802.
The collaboration between the two brands is just one of many that Beekman 1802 has made with neighboring companies. In August, they partnered with Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown to debut a goat milk stout, which can be found at the Brewery and in local retailers. Earlier this year, Beekman 1802 teamed with Western NY’s MacKenzie-Childs on a joint product offering: in celebration of their neighboring New York State farms, a three-fragrance collection was created, inspired by the blooms in both gardens and MacKenzie-Childs’ whimsical and iconic patterns.
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Source: Capital Region Chamber