Inn at Harbor Shores offers half-off rooms for residents displaced by storms
ST. JOSEPH, Mich. -- Monday night’s storm ripped through the bluff in downtown St. Joseph, sending items flying and bringing the shoreline to a dark, eerie sky within minutes.
Berrien County Officials were out surveying damage Tuesday and removing trees and downed power lines from streets and yards. But, some of the visible damage hasn’t been cleared yet — like one tree near the Berrien County Courthouse parking lot, taken right off the trunk, which had yet to be moved Tuesday afternoon.
While power had been restored to much of Niles Avenue, traffic lights remained down on the busy commercial corridor.
For those whose homes have been damaged or are still without power, the Inn at Harbor Shores in Benton Harbor has a deal just for residents of the Twin Cities to help them find a place to stay.
“I was driving home and saw so many downed power lines, a lot of the neighbors were without power, so I emailed our director of sales this morning and said let’s try to do a half-off special for the local community,” said Brady Cohen, General Manager at the Inn at Harbor Shores. “I know there was a lot of damage to some homes so instead of stressing about it, maybe they can just get out of the house for the day and relax.”
That offer for half-off rooms is good for any St. Joseph or Benton Harbor resident needing a place to stay Tuesday or Wednesday.