White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. -- (June 25, 2016): The Greenbrier is opening its doors to provide shelter to those in need.

In its continued efforts to help those impacted by the heavy flooding throughout West Virginia, The Greenbrier is offering a limited number of guest rooms and meals to those who have been impacted by the flood waters and have no other place to stay. The rooms are being offered to anyone who does not have a place to sleep during this tragedy and will be available as long as The Greenbrier is closed for business. These rooms will be offered on a complimentary basis and on a first-come, first served basis.

"Due to all of the damage we received from the storm, we aren't able to provide The Greenbrier experience that our guests expect," said Jim Justice, Owner and CEO, The Greenbrier. "But we can certainly provide a comfortable room for those who are hurting and need a place to go."

At this time, The Greenbrier remains without hot water, but flood victims who come to stay will be provided with a room, as well as food from The Depot, The Greenbrier's Team Member cafeteria.  

"We just hope that by providing a good meal and a comfortable and safe place to spend the night that we can help ease the pain just a little to those who are suffering so much from this unbelievable disaster," said Justice.

Those wishing to stay in these accommodations must meet eligibility requirements and must call The Greenbrier's Emergency Housing Hotline at 304-536-1110.


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