Here is a partial list of Bay Area hotels that are offering discounted rates to evacuees. Many hotels continue to offer discounts as new evacuation orders are issued and communities continue to assess damage from last week’s blazes. All hotels are in San Francisco except as noted. Barrel Creek Extended Stay Homes, Vallejo 2 free nights, 15 percent off additional nights; large units (up to 4 bedrooms) available. Tel (707) 654-9100 Best Western Plus Bayside Hotel, Oakland $135; available from 10/19 on; complimentary breakfast and parking; rate code HELP.
NYS Entity Status
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NOVEMBER 26, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - FIRE FLOWER INC
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