I was recently asked if I thought Belmar hotels would be able to handle a spike in hotel occupancy during the next few months due to the snowstorm.
Belmar has been struggling to cope with the storm for several months, with a lot of rooms that have already been booked not being available for occupancy.
The company has been making some adjustments in how they handle hotel occupancy, which has helped it manage to handle the snow.
It has also managed to find more and more room for occupancy, so that occupancy is now about 60% of its pre-storm average.
I think it’s a pretty good sign, given how bad the storm was, that Belmar is still able to stay afloat.
We’ve already got enough room, and we’ve managed to get enough rooms available to do business.
So that’s really good news.
The issue is we have to manage to stay in business.
We still need to do some adjustments.
So I think the key is to find a way to do it.
I think the main thing is that we’ve had the storm very well under control, and it hasn’t changed much over the past week or so.
It’s just that the storm has taken a big hit.
We haven’t had the snow, so we haven’t been able to do a lot with the rooms that are there.
So we’ve still got room to do our business.
I think that’s a good sign that we’ll be able.
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