Overton Hotel opens to public - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/26/09

Overton Hotel opens to public

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Many have anticipated this weekend.

 Lubbock's newest hotel and conference center, The Overton Hotel, opened its doors to the public. You can reserve your room now, like many others are already doing. They will have their official grand opening on August 18th.

Hotel representatives say the new hotel created about 120 jobs in Lubbock.

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6/25/09

Overton Hotel and Texas Tech team up to offer unique experience to students

In one month the Overton full service hotel and conference center will open for business.  The hotel will also have a new partnership with Texas Tech to give students a unique experience.

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