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Country Inns & Suites a hotbed of depravity

Who doesn't like fawning treatment by hotel staff? I just love how it works: They're polite and helpful to me, and in return I'm disrespectful to them and withhold tips. Awesome! Customer service is stressed in Olson's pitch for Carlson's Country Inns & Suites. And the vibe gets kinda hot. That corporate traveler's got bedroom eyes for Ted, a hotel employee, and the mash note proves he's intrigued. Later, the woman gets all hot and bothered for Joan, or at least I like to think so. Looks like someone's gonna get some lovin'. The next time AdFreak sends me out on the road, I'll be sure to stay at a Country Inns & Suites. If an opportunity to mix business and pleasure arises, "getting a room" won't be a problem. Hmmm, I wonder why AdFreak never sends me out on the road.

—Posted by David Gianatasio

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