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James Street Inn

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James Street Inn

2750 Ramada Way

Green Bay, Wisconsin,54304

United States

Company Description

The James Street Inn offers 36 generously sized, individually appointed suites. Our interior designer created a classic decor that is warm and inviting with queen-size beds, sofa sleepers, spacious vanities, closets and work spaces. She even added rich details... more

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Kevin Flatley - Owner, James St. Inn and Howard Johnson


www.greenbaypressgazette.com

Kevin Flatley, owner of James Street Inn in De Pere, and Denise McGinnis, general manager of the Travelodge in Ashwaubenon, believe there are too many rooms in the area.
Flatley said an expansion of hotel brands is fracturing the market. "The loyalty isn't there," he said. Flatley was an investor in Nicholas Investment. He said the economy and credit problems were the property's undoing. "We had it turned around. When I bought it, it was less than 40 percent occupied. We brought it up to 54 percent," he said. Flatley said the value of hotel properties has dropped, and with it their ability to get lines of credit. "You can't get a line of credit and you need the cash flow," he said. Flatley, who continues to operate the James Street Inn in De Pere, said they still have their loyal customers, but corporate travel has stopped. He said they make adjustments to try to attract business, including modifying the menu at Andrews, their on-site restaurant.


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Kevin Flatley, owner of the James Street Inn, a 36-suite boutique hotel in Green Bay, said he used a $50,000 EIDL loan to make payroll."We were running 80 percent occupancy before 9/11," Flatley said."We dropped to under 50 percent for the first six months after 9/11."Flatley rejected the idea that the loans should be limited to companies located where the terrorist attacks took place."That's ridiculous," he said.


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Kevin Flatley, owner of the James Street Inn in De Pere and the Howard Johnson's in Ashwaubenon, said Lambeau bookings will help his business, particularly in the attraction of motor-coach tourism, reunions and corporate meetings. "They will still take the rooms," he said.


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The National Restaurant Association says Americans will spend more than $426 billion this year eating out, which doesn't surprise Kevin Flatley, owner of the James Street Inn in De Pere. "We are busier people nowadays.We are all working more, working more hours," he said."We don't have time to cook." Like Wettstein, Soul by the Pound owner Tanyia Buckner has past restaurant experience.Her family operated a restaurant in Chicago for 15 years. "Everybody is like, ‘Are you sure you really want to do this?'" she said. I don't know what you'd ever do without a bar," Flatley said. Discuss this topic in our forums Back to Top > Front Page | News | Packers | Sports | Entertainment | Homes


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