Hotels that achieve the prestigious Gold Award represent the top 10% of hotels within each Choice brand. The awards are based on a ranking system that measures guest satisfaction, product quality, room condition and cleanliness, and staff service. These properties have a proven track record of providing exceptional guest service and facilities.
The Youngstown State Penguins represents the athletic programs and
intercollegiate teams of Youngstown State University in Youngstown, Ohio. An NCAA Division I member, the university competes in the Horizon League and the Missouri Valley Football Conference. The university also fields a men's ice hockey team, which is a member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association. Youngstown maintains a strong track and field program, with the women's squad winning multiple Horizon League championships over the years. Other men's and women's programs sponsored by the school include basketball, football, soccer, softball, tennis, volleyball, baseball and golf teams.
Frank Caliendo is a stand-up comedian and impressionist from Chicago who's perhaps best known for his work on the Fox Network's hit sketch comedy show MADtv. His skills as an impressionist are perhaps the comedian's most notable aspect, with a repertoire of over 120 impressions that are described by audiences and critics as being consistently spot-on. Caliendo also enjoys much success outside the comedy circuit, as his renowned John Madden impression gained him a semi-regular gig as prognosticator for Fox NFL Sundays. Recently, Frank Caliendo returned to the stage in full force headlining his own show at the Monte Carlo Hotel and Resort in Las Vegas.
The Wright State Raiders represents the athletic programs and
intercollegiate teams of Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. The school's
teams compete in NCAA Division I and are members of the Horizon League. Wright State fields a number of men's and women's sports, but its most successful over the years have been its swimming/diving programs and its men's basketball program, which made the NCAA March Madness tournament in 1993 after winning the Mid-Continent Conference.