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Emergency Response, Spiritual Healing and Expeditionary Learning – All in a Week’s Work at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

Submitted by Kathie Gonzalez on Jun 04, 2012 - 9:10am
Posted in Conventions|Business Travel|Hotel News

As the largest hotel in Colorado with 133,000 square feet of flexible and versatile meeting and exhibit space along with a wide variety of room sizes and capabilities, the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel can accommodate groups ranging from 10 up to 3,000 (and more!). We’re fortunate to work with many local companies as well as groups from around the world representing a variety of industries – and interests. Here’s a sampling of three groups that held their events at the end of April and the beginning of May:

  • Sai Maa, a spiritual mater and powerful energetic healer, is known worldwide for her universal message of love and compassion. Her transformational workshops aim to help people realize and express their power as “ambassadors of light” and creators of the future for themselves and for humanity. For four days in late April, thousands of people attended the healing event and workshop, “Healing: Accelerated Teachings for Accelerated Times” at the Colorado Convention Center, with more than 800 staying at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel for the weekend’s festivities.
  • Also at the end of April, ESI – the global leader in crisis incident management technology – held their 2012 WebEOC User & Training Conference at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel. ESI connects crisis response teams and decision makers at national, state and local agencies, healthcare providers, airlines and corporations worldwide and provides access to real-time information for a common operating picture during an event or daily operations. More than 400 attendees stayed and learned at the Sheraton during the four-day event.
  • Finally, Expeditionary Learning Schools held their 2012 National Conference at the Sheraton during the first week in May, with hundreds of teachers, educators, scholars, researchers and practitioners in academia and learning fields coming together to learn how to inspire and motivate students.
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