It’s always fun to brag about the successes of your clients. Here is a good one!
When TV’s “Hotel Impossible” revealed its latest makeover results on the Travel Channel this week, Fort Lauderdale’s Michael Grimmé, CEO of AMC Liquidators (a PI Client), already knew exactly what it took to make “the impossible” possible. Grimmé and his crew from AMC Liquidators, one of the nation’s premier commercial and residential furniture liquidators, partnered with “Hotel Impossible” for its May 19 show, a makeover to rescue the struggling High Meadows Inn. Earlier this spring, the AMC team navigated the mountains of North Carolina to donate a semi-tractor trailer load of upscale, like-new furniture to the family-owned inn located in scenic Roaring Gap.
“Hotel Impossible” creator and host Anthony Melchiorri greeted the AMC team as the truck arrived at High Meadows Inn. Hotel owners, the Peros family were overwhelmed when they learned that AMC Liquidators was donating 39 rooms of furniture. It was a teary moment for many, including the show’s crew members and contractors, as the team began unloading piece after piece of furniture.
You can see before and after pictures, videos and get more information about how the High Meadows Inn is doing today at the “Hotel Impossible” website.