"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.
Chris Botti is a jazz musician from Portland, Oregon who is perhaps best known for his skills as a trumpeter and composer of smooth jazz. Rising to national prominence with the release of his album Night Sessions in 2001, Botti created a name for himself as a uniquely talented musician who was able to successfully blend jazz and pop styles together into something truly worth listening to. Following his breakthrough success, Botti would continue on an extraordinary career path in the music industry, earning several Grammy nominations as well as having three of his albums reach #1 on the Billboard charts for jazz.
Chevelle is an rock band from Chicago that was founded by brothers Pete and Sam Loeffler in 1995. After recording a demo and spending its first three years of existence playing small gigs around the Chicago area, the band signed a record deal and recorded its debut album, Point #1. Released in 1999, the album earned Chevelle favorable reviews and allowed the band to play for wider audiences outside of its home state. Primarily considered to be hard rock outfit, the band has mastered employing dark undertones in its music without sacrificing its popular appeal. Chevelle released its sixth studio album Hats Off to the Bull, in 2011.
E-40, whose real name is Earl Stevens, was born in Vallejo, California, in 1967. He made his debut as a solo artist and with a group called The Click in 1992. He gained more recognition with his next solo album, In a Major Way, which was released in 1995.