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Dallas Cowboys Fill the Suites at Hotel in Oxnard, CA

Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge Plays Host as Dallas Cowboys Training Camp Returns to Town

OXNARD, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/24/14 -- The NFL season tests the mental and physical fortitude of the gladiators of the gridiron, and is an emotional marathon for die-hard fans. Every year that journey starts at training camp. This summer, Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge will proudly be the host hotel for Dallas Cowboys training camp. The mild coastal climate of Oxnard makes Residence Inn the perfect host hotel for a grueling camp in the heart of summer. From July 24th through August 15th the Cowboys will make themselves at home in these Oxnard, CA suites.

Small and quick defensive backs to hulking offensive linemen will find the comforts they need to recuperate from the rigors of camp in the hotel's spacious suites. The hotel's 10,000 square feet of meeting space will transform into classrooms for players and coaches to study film using the Residence Inn's state-of-the-art A/V equipment. Fueling up for the morning's film study and before and after practice in the afternoon is vital for players leaving it all on the field. Residence Inn Executive Chef, James Smith and his team will be providing the athletes with high quality, energizing meals throughout camp.

Hosting Dallas Cowboys training camp has been a point of great pride for this hotel in Ventura County for the last decade. Camp is open and free to the public. Opening Ceremony is July 26th. Some highlights include the Blue/White Scrimmage on August 3rd, and 2 days of live practices against The Oakland Raiders on August 12th and 13th, and for a break from the hard-hitting action of training camp, guests can check out one of the merchandise trucks on-site or hang out with Rowdy, the Cowboys' mascot. Fans looking to make the most of the Cowboys' stay in town can follow this link: http://www.dallascowboys.com/team/training-camp.html for a detailed training camp schedule.

Practices don't start until 3:45PM each day, so fans coming from out of town will need to fill their days before their favorite players take the field. Supremely located among Ventura County hotels between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, Residence Inn Oxnard and the River Ridge training facility allow easy access to plenty of alternatives for a fun-filled trip to training camp. Comfortable temperatures and sunny weather make an early morning round of golf the ideal way to spend a day. Camarillo Premium Outlet Mall is just minutes away for an afternoon of first-rate shopping, while the natural beauty of Channel Islands National Park is close-by. And all that before watching a single snap on the field.

For an exclusive Oxnard, CA long term stay, the Dallas Cowboys know that Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge will meet all their needs and more -- their fans should too.

About Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge
The suites at Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge offer guests a comfortable and convenient extended-stay experience. The spacious guestrooms feature separate living areas, fully-equipped kitchens, complimentary Wi-Fi, and 32-inch HD televisions -- all of which evoke feelings of a home away from home. Nestled in pristinely manicured grounds on the River Ridge Golf Course, the immediately surrounding area is a tranquil delight, perfect for socializing around their patio fire pit or taking an evening stroll. Five lighted tennis courts, a fitness trail, a biking trail, a Sport Court, a fitness center, and two pools round out the impressive amenities offered by this 252-suite hotel. Complimentary hot and cold breakfasts are perfect for filling-up before heading down the Pacific Coast Highway, while complimentary social hours with beer and wine set the mood for peaceful evenings of fun. Business travelers will appreciate the generous 12,000 square feet of versatile meeting space, complete with dynamic A/V equipment and high-speed Internet to keep pace with the speed of business. The proximity to a number of local attractions, including Channel Islands National Park, Ventura Harbor, Camarillo Premium Outlets, and Herzog Wine Cellars are just among the few diversions waiting to be experienced at this extended-stay hotel.

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CONTACT:
Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge
2101 West Vineyard Ave
Oxnard, CA 93036
1-805-278-2200
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/OXRRI-Residence-Inn-Oxnard-River-Ridge

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