Gurney’s Resorts has launched the #GoneHomeWithGurneys virtual experiences campaign. Through both Instagram stories and static posts, travelers can sit back and be transported straight to the beach Gurney’s-style, with content showcasing wellness, F&B, music and kid’s programming.
Guests can partake in live wellness/meditation with fitness director, Chris Tagliavia each Monday via Instagram. One of Gurney’s partners P.volve is offering 30 days of complimentary streaming for the Gurney’s community. The P.volve streaming platform brings hundreds of high-intensity, low-impact workouts right to your living room, and followers can get 20 percent off the P.volve at-home essential gym equipment, plus one month of free streaming (use code GURNEYS).
Viewers can recreate signature recipes from Gurney’s restaurant Scarpetta, beginning with the recipe for its signature spaghetti.
Gurney’s Resorts will also be featuring weekly digital lessons for kids in partnership with the Cornell Cooperative Extension Marine Program. The Cornell Cooperative Extension Marine Program includes educational exhibits focused on impactful topics like water quality, habitat, aquaculture, STEAM and fisheries. Within the virtual campaign, the weekly digital lessons by the Cornell Marine Program are designed to keep children entertained while learning from home, creating a hands-on learning opportunity for guests and their families. A recent lesson spotlights Alewife, a small silver fish that makes its way to Long Island’s freshwater every spring to spawn. Through the lesson, kids can learn more about the Alewife via the interactive activities, informational videos, fact sheets, color pages and crossword puzzle.