Renaissance Era: 1,000 Hospitality Partners and Counting…

Clean the World recently passed a major milestone in its growth within the hospitality industry. During a flurry of activity in May, Clean the World topped the 1,000 mark for hospitality partners throughout North America. The Renaissance Raleigh North Hills Hotel, a Concord Hospitality property, has been “officially” identified as our 1,000th hospitality partner. “With …

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Clean the World signs first hotel partner in Puerto Rico

“Bienvenidos a La Isla del Encanto.” Puerto Rico is helping Clean the World. Rich in history and heritage, and long an attractive target of Clean the World, Puerto Rico is now on our hotel partnership map. The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, located at the foot of the lush El Yunque National Rainforest, has partnered …

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Harvest Time distributes bottled amenities for Clean the World

Central Florida is proving to be quite a generous location for Clean the World and a growing list of non-profit organizations and philanthropic partners. Harvest Time International, which is based in Sanford, Fla., has stepped up to help Clean the World distribute bottled amenities to people in need as part of its organizational mission of …

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First Annual Clean the World Gala to Celebrate Soap Recycling Success

Lavish fundraising event scheduled Saturday, November 5 at The Peabody Orlando to honor Clean the World hotel partners, celebrate worldwide cultures and focus attention on the global hygiene revolution The Peabody Orlando will host the First Annual Clean the World Gala Clean the World Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization that collects, recycles and …

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