Discover The Phoenician with Phoe-Phoe & Friends

Snickers

Snickers poses at The Canyon Suites at The Phoenician Resort, Scottsdale

Happy, Lady and Lucy are taking a break this Labor Day weekend, but their humans won’t be…we’ll be as busy and happy as a dog with a bone! This Saturday from 2-4 we’re launching a unique children’s book, Discover The Phoenician with Phoe-Phoe & Friends, at The Phoenician in Scottsdale. Come join us!

Dan’s photo illustrations will captivate, as they express all the wonders available at this beautiful resort. The Phoenician’s cottontail rabbit mascot, Phoe-Phoe, narrates the story with a little help from her friends. Just wait ’til you see all the fun she has in store!

Snickers, the adorable Pomeranian pictured above, has a cameo in the book and cutely portrays how much The Phoenician loves dogs. He’s also a real life angel, working as a therapy dog with several organizations around the Valley, including one we treasure, Gabriel’s Angels.

Discover The Phoenician with Phoe-Phoe & Friends is available directly from the hotel starting Saturday and will soon be available on Amazon and Happy Lady Productions.

Click here for a complete listing of all the Labor Day activities at The Phoenician. Hope to see you there!

NOW AVAILABLE HERE!

Media inquiries: Denise Seomin, Director of Public Relations & Marketing Communications, The Phoenician / 480.423.2657

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One Response to Discover The Phoenician with Phoe-Phoe & Friends

  1. Pingback: The Phoenician Resort, Scottsdale Launches Its First Children’s Book | It's a King's Life.®

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