Today’s #RogersRooms Giveaway by Matisyahu

on January 19 | in Events, Hotel | by | with 7 Comments

For those who are just learning about #Rogersrooms, let me explain how the promotion works. We are giving away a room every night in January to be used before the end of the Month.  Suite 1102 @RShotel is the Social Media Suite.

Thursday 1/21 competition: Send a message on Twitter to @Matisyahu and sign up to the mailing list for a chance to win #rogersrooms. Check out his new track One Day ft. Akon.

Matisyahu – “One Day feat. Akon” by matisyahu


One Day – Acoustic Version


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7 Responses

  1. You are a very Blessed artist Matisyahu. I love your music you are so talented, May Yaweh bless you, -Rebekah

  2. Hey! I'd love to win a #rogersrooms this January! @matisyahu, I LOVE your music, you're extremely talented. How do you get around working on Shabbos with such a packed schedule?

  3. stevewolf says:

    Love the new Matisyahu song featuring Akon you posted.

    Shalom

  4. it would be awesome to win!
    i just heard your music and it was awesome!
    im jewish(my family name is schinkle) im native from the crow tribe in montana.
    Shalom!

  5. I'd love to win a #rogersrooms this January! @matisyahu, I LOVE your music and your so gifted!
    Shalom! :)
    Ellie

  6. Love your music, Matisyahu! We would love to stay at the Roger Smith Hotel-We luv NYC!!!

  7. NatalieAviva says:

    January 22, 2010
    Dear Mr. Matisyahu Miller,

    The Go Green Committee of Teachers College, Columbia University, is hosting its 2nd annual Rockin’ Earth Day Fest on Sunday, April 25, 2010, at the Teachers College campus. Last year’s festival, headlined by the world-famous folk singer and green activist Pete Seeger, was a huge success, drawing over 1,000 attendees from Harlem, Morningside Heights, and the greater NYC community. This year, we hope to bring more attention to the importance of sustainability and finding ways to conserve our planet.

    Your music, which reaches so many listeners across the world, is motivating, inspirational, and touching. Listening to your music is a spiritual experience. It surges a strong sense of connection to the world that surrounds us, and an overwhelming need to protect it. Founding the Go Green Committee at Teachers College and educating the community through our annual Rockin’ Earth Day Fest is “what I’m fighting for” that’s “worth far more than silver and gold.” As your lyrics state “We are men of nature. We are made from the earth.” It is our responsibility to protect the land that gives us so much. People need to remember that living is not about being selfish, but about feeling a connection with and taking care of the creations around us. By joining us under the sun at the Rockin’ Earth Day Fest, you will encourage others to make environmentally responsible decisions and do what’s right for our land.

    At concerts, your presence brings a sense of peace and serenity. You bring hope for the future and make people want to make a difference. Your voice is strong, and it reminds us that we have “freedom to choose” and “make the right move.” Your appearance at the Rockin Earth Day Fest, aimed at bringing together a diverse group of people, will influence attendees to “unite and purify.” It will inspire people to open their hearts, stay positive, and realize that we are all one; we are all sons of Abraham meant to make a positive difference in the world.

    In an interview with Toby Ryan, you mentioned “trying to help out and give back to the community.” We hope you will achieve this aspiration by joining us and becoming a part of a new tradition started by Pete Seeger that gives resonance to the voices of those dedicated to the rejuvenation of our environment.

    To accept our invitation to join us for this year’s Rockin’ Earth Day Fest, or to request more information, please contact me in the Teachers College Office of External Affairs at 212-678-8256 or gogreentc@tc.edu. As a huge fan of your music, I sincerely hope you decide to make an appearance at what is anticipated to be one of the largest celebrations of Earth Day at Columbia University.

    Thank you,

    Natalie Aviva Hadad
    Chair, Go Green Committee
    Teachers College Columbia University

    Mission Statement
    The Teachers College Go Green Committee pledges to make a positive impact on the environment by implementing responsible practices for the conservation of energy and natural resources and the reduction of waste at Teachers College and eventually the surrounding community.
    We commit ourselves to minimize our overall environmental impact through a comprehensive recycling program on campus as well as through individual reductions in our carbon footprints.
    We seek to educate students, employees, faculty, administration, visitors and all others in our community on environmental responsibility, and to foster an understanding of the importance of making environmentally responsible decisions.
    We resolve to become a model for environmental stewardship throughout the US college network.

    Inspiration
    “EARTH DAY is the first holy day which transcends all national borders, yet preserves all geographical integrities, spans mountains and oceans and time belts, and yet brings people all over the world into one resonating accord, is devoted to the preservation of the harmony in nature and yet draws upon the triumphs of technology, the measurement of time, and instantaneous communication through space.
    EARTH DAY draws on astronomical phenomena in a new way – which is also the most ancient way – using the vernal Equinox, the time when the Sun crosses the equator making night and day of equal length in all parts of the Earth. To this point in the annual calendar,
    EARTH DAY attaches no local or divisive set of symbols, no statement of the truth or superiority of one way of life over another. But the selection of the March Equinox makes planetary observance of a shared event possible, and a flag which shows the Earth as seen from space appropriate.”
    ~Margaret Mead, adding her support for the equinox Earth Day. (1978)

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