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JW Marriott New Delhi: Serving the Community

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“I am deeply obligated towards supporting our community in these times as the best we can do now is to stand for each other. With great content, my stalwart team at the hotel is making 500 packed meals every day, which are distributed to the ones in need. We are thankful to all the hotels that have joined us in this noble cause and are doing their best in adopting similar practices through which our community can go through these tough times together”

Mr. Nitesh Gandhi, General Manager, JW Marriott New Delhi.

JW Marriott New Delhi is leading with unexcelled examples of serving the community during these tough times. With several flagship initiatives in the past under its wings, the team at the hotel is preparing 500 meals every day under constant hygienic monitoring for the underprivileged. These meals are prepared by the Chefs using the best ingredients and are then packaged. These packaged meals are loaded into a car which gets distributed by the Loss Prevention team in protective gear undertaking all hygiene measures in Delhi NCR.

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