Photo Courtesy of Ironworks Hotel

​Ironworks Hotel​ proudly donated 250 pairs of gloves to the Stateline Boys and Girls Club (SBGC) through its Warm Hearts, Warm Hands campaign.

On Wednesday, February 5th, leaders from ​Geronimo Hospitality Group​ and SBGC gathered at Ironworks Hotel to present the gloves to a group of excited local youth.
Throughout January and February, Ironworks Hotel sold embroidered smart-touch gloves to community members and guests – for every pair sold, a pair was donated.

“Thank you to our community members and guests for your support of our Warm Hearts, Warm Hands campaign,” said Stephanie Ashley-Hoppe, general manager at Beloit’s Ironworks Hotel. “We loved meeting with kids from the Stateline Boys and Girls Club and hearing how they hoped to share the gloves with their classmates, teammates and friends.”

The​ ​Stateline Boys and Girls Club​ provides programming and services for youth ages 6-18 in Beloit and South Beloit in the areas of education and career; health and life skills; character and leadership; arts; and sports and fitness. It also provides valuable resources for those young people who need additional support.

About the Ironworks Hotel:

Standing on the banks of the Rock River near downtown Beloit, Wis., the Ironworks Hotel is inspired by the historically hardworking people of Beloit and was designed with guests’ utmost comfort in mind. The boutique hotel houses Merrill & Houston’s Steak Joint, in addition to impressive space for weddings and other special events. For more information, call 608.362.5500 or toll-free at 866.3625507, or visit the website by clicking here​.

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