AmericInn selects Safemark as guestroom safe supplier

AmericInn Hotel and Suites Sleepy Eye is a conversion that will be attached to the new Sleepy Eye Event Center. The property is set to open spring 2017.

AmericInn has selected Safemark as its approved in-room safe supplier. This agreement provides AmericInn properties access to Safemark's extensive portfolio of safes through a revenue-share lease program or direct purchase.

Headquartered in the Twin Cities' suburb of Chanhassen, Minn., AmericInn has more than 240 locations open or under development in 24 states.

"Approved suppliers play a key role in our success and therefore, thoroughly vetted before making the exclusive list,” said AmericInn VP of design services, Jeannine Momchilovich. “Safemark is the distinct pioneer of in-room safe technology and its solutions address our guests' desire to easily stow personal items and electronics."

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Currently, Safemark is installed in more than 30 AmericInn properties. 


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