AmericInn Iowa Hotel Invites Guests to Charge Their Electronic Cars with Opening of Vehicle Station

The national hotel chain AmericInn announces the opening of a public electric vehicle charging station at its Elk Horn, Iowa property located off of Interstate 80 between Omaha and Des Moines. This AmericInn location is the first official hotel in Iowa to host a public charging station.
The station allows customers to swipe a keyfob and then plug-in and charge their electric vehicles. Users may locate the charging station and even determine whether or not it is currently occupied using Google maps.
"AmericInn is thrilled to be home to one of the first electric vehicle recharging stations in Iowa," says AmericInn Lodge & Suites co-owner Lisa Riggs. "We believe the station exemplifies the lengths we will go to meet the convenience and comfort needs of our guests."
The AmericInn charging station, which opened on November 12, 2009, is located in AmericInn's parking lot and is one of the first four locations along the I-80 corridor between Chicago and Denver. The other charging stations are also in Elk Horn and are hosted by the Danish Windmill, Elk Horn Service Station and World Cal, Inc. The ChargePoint Networked Charging Stationsガ‚¬are led and funded by Elk Horn, Iowa-based renewable energy company Iron Eagle Technologies, Inc.
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