A tour of a hotel supply company’s website that features photos of a man and a woman with the words “Houses are coming” on the label.
The company has a long history of selling hotel supplies.
In 2010, the company was fined $2,000 by the Securities and Exchange Commission after a video showed the two being offered “Homes are coming.”
In a statement to The Jerusalem Inquirer, the hotel chain said that the company is committed to ensuring that its inventory is always up-to-date.
“We are committed to providing all of our guests with the most reliable, up-market products at the best prices and the most affordable prices,” the statement said.
“Our customers can be assured that the quality of the products they purchase is always second to none.”
According to the company’s online store, its inventory includes “hand-made furniture, linens, accessories, gift ideas, handbags, and a full line of bath, bath products, bath linens and hand washable products.”
The company said that it “always strives to provide the highest quality products for our guests, and our inventory is constantly evolving to keep up with the latest trends.”
In an emailed statement, the National Association of Convenience Stores Association (NACSA) said that its members, including the hotels, do not endorse or endorse any products and that it was unclear why the two men in the video were offered “homes are here” while other brands were not.
“This type of marketing is unacceptable, and it undermines trust in the retail marketplace, which is important to both consumers and the economy,” said NACSA President and CEO Robert L. Satterfield in a statement.
“The NACSA condemns this type of blatant advertising in the industry, which will negatively impact the health and well-being of our members.”