Program provides free lodging to those who can’t stay in own homes

Business woman stands inside living room of Ouray vacation rental home

Premier Vacation Rentals property manager Monica Moran stands inside one of the 65 Ouray County homes the company manages. The Durango-based business launched a program last month to provide free lodging to qual ified indi viduals and families impacted by COVID -19 in vacant owner-donated properties. Mike Wiggins – Ouray County Plaindealer

Here’s one bright spot to the coronavirus crisis.

Ouray County residents impacted by the coronavirus pandemic who need to find temporary housing outside of their own home now have a free place to stay, thanks to an innovative program launched last month by the Durango-based property management company Premier Vacation Rentals Group.

The program, dubbed “Vacation Rentals to the Rescue,” provides immediate free lodging to qualified individuals and families in vacant owner-donated properties in 13 different locations across the West – including Ouray County, where Premier manages 65 homes.

“In Ouray County, in particular, with its public health orders, we hope this will be impactful and will help out,” said Mary Beth Miles, Premier’s chief operating officer…

 

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