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Greenbrier to Close For 24 Days Next Year For Renovations

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The Greenbrier resort will close for 24 days next year for renovations and upkeep.

The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the closure will be spread throughout January, February and March.

Resort spokesman Erik Hastings said Thursday that the resort is going to conduct "some pretty big projects" and can't have guests around for it.

Some of the work will include electrical upgrades, painting, furniture and upholstery repairs, carpet replacement and wallpaper work.

Hastings says the closing dates coincide with the resort's slowest season. He describes the closures as "preservation days" and says they were spread out to keep them from affecting guests.

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