The lawsuit claims that the NAACP owes the Four Seasons $99,597 for various unpaid charges from July to November for an event held at the downtown hotel, according to a petition filed in Harris County District Court on Jan. 16.
The suit alleges that the payment was due on Nov. 27 and remains unpaid after a second request for payment in December of last year. An invoice submitted as evidence shows banquet charges of $34,401 and $39,909 in room charges, among other items on the list. The hotel claims the entire bill was not paid.
A call placed to the NAACP Houston branch was not immediately returned.
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You think the people that work at the hotels staff cooks and others shouldn't get paid that's sorry if you work wouldn't you want to get paid if anyone is holding you back it's usually yourself stop blaming everyone else and take responsibility for yourself
The hotels are evil and rich. They make money off of other people. I'd say they owe us. We should all be able to stay in any hotel we want, especially the 4 and 5 star hotels.They should service the people and not be expected to take our money away from us. It's our right to be able to stay in the same places that rich people stay. .
Berry please tell me you really dont believe that...that right there is why America is in the shape its in everybody thinks somebody owes them something
You are a racist,sit your ass down and shut up. and dont go calling me that word,Im white as snow hun but i believe we are all humans here unlike your egotistical self.