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$47,000 Hotel Package Comes With Personal Social Media Assistant

$47,000 Hotel Package Comes With Personal Social Media Assistant
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The Madison Hotel is offering an elite experience for the Inauguration in D.C. that includes someone to chronicle your stay.

Emma Hutchings
  • 17 january 2013

The Madison Hotel is offering a special package for the Inauguration in Washington D.C. The $47,000 Inaugural Town and Country package includes a ‘Dedicated Social Media Butler’ to tweet and post to Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest for you so you don’t miss anything.

The butler is Victoria Devine, who founded the D.C.-based social marketing and online communications agency Anchor Media. She will be on-hand to chronicle guests’ experience and post on all of their accounts so friends and followers can keep up with their activities. Devine told Ad Age:

I’m hoping this helps get Anchor Media on the map. I see us offering this sort of service in the future — maybe not just like this, but having someone on hand at an event, a conference or even a wedding to have what happens recorded via social media.

$47,000 Hotel Package Comes With Social Media Butler

The luxury package at The Madison Hotel also includes a four night stay in one of their presidential suites, a personal town car and driver, a $5,000 shopping experience at Brooks Brothers, and a private presidential inauguration tour for the guest and up to 22 friends. The tour offers stories and scenes of past presidential inaugurations with stops for photos, which would be a great opportunity to put the Social Media Butler to good use.

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