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                  PATIO’ CELEBRATION
 Bellingham’s waterfront hotel to offer cocktails, barbeque feast and a view of the city’s
                                biggest fireworks show

WHO:             Hotel Bellwether and The Harborside Bistro

WHAT:            The Party on the Patio will offer hotel guests and locals alike an outdoor celebration
                 with gourmet barbeque dinner and cocktails; the patio offers a prime viewing location
                 for the city’s fireworks show that appears over Bellingham Bay.

WHEN:            Sunday, July 4, 2010

                 The patio opens at 7:30 p.m. for cocktails and a barbeque feast

                 Fireworks start over Bellingham Bay at approximately 10:30 p.m.

WHERE:           The Patio at Hotel Bellwether
                 One Bellwether Way
                 Bellingham, Wash. 98225
                 (360) 392-3100

WHY:             Hotel Bellwether’s patio offers a prime waterfront viewing location for the city’s
                 fireworks show that takes place over Bellingham Bay.

DETAILS:         Tickets for the Party on the Patio are $15 per person and include complimentary
                 appetizers and a barbeque dinner. Menu highlights include classic summer fare such as
                 hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken breast and the classic Bistro Potato Salad. Cocktails,
                 beer and wine can be purchased for an additional fee. Party tickets can be purchased by
                 calling (877) 411-1200.

                 Guests of the Hotel Bellwether will receive complimentary access to the party, including
                 dinner. Guestroom rates for Sunday, July 4, 2010 start at $213 based on double
                 occupancy. Hotel reservations can be made by calling (877) 411-1200 or visiting

About Hotel Bellwether
Hotel Bellwether is a waterfront retreat located in Bellingham, Washington. Wrapped around the scenic
Bellingham Bay, the hotel offers luxurious accommodations with panoramic views of the Cascade
mountain range and Mount Baker to the east and the spectacular San Juan Islands to the west, providing
a European-style getaway in a quintessential Pacific Northwest location. Each of Hotel Bellwether’s 65
spacious guestrooms features a fireplace, imported Italian furniture, marble and granite countertops,
down pillows and comforters, a spacious jetted bathtub, plush cotton bathrobes and other luxurious
comforts. Hotel Bellwether is located at One Bellwether Way in Bellingham, Washington, just 90 minutes
from both Seattle and Vancouver, B.C. The hotel is also accessible by boat and float plane.


Media Contact:            Hamilton McCulloh / Erin Petrie

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