This week's question: Entrepreneurs have opened the first DivorceHotel in upstate New York, where guests can check in married and check out single, all in one weekend. In seven words or fewer, please come up with a catchy advertising slogan for this unusual business.
THE WINNER: "Let us upgrade you to a single"
Brian Devaney, San Juan Capistrano, Calif.
SECOND PLACE: "A room with adieu"
Robert Stickley, Sonoma, Calif.
THIRD PLACE: "Where breaking up's not hard to do"
Diane Elliot, El Sobrante, Calif.
"We have the ultimate cancellation policy"
Ivan Kershner, Salem, S.C.
"Where parting is such suite sorrow"
Janine Witte, New Hope, Pa.
"Fresh food, fresh sheets, fresh start"
Todd Lebowitz, Solon, Ohio
"You snooze, you lose (your spouse)"
Chuck Gaston, Lancaster, Pa.
"Just the grounds you need"
Richard S. Lee, Flourtown, Pa.
"Call it a day's inn"
Carol Ann Sackett, East Amherst, N.Y.
"We've redefined checking out"
Mark Chervincky, Goffstown, N.H.
"'Til checkout do you part"
Ken Radziwanowski, East Windsor, N.J.
"The getaway where you can get away"
Michael Agenbroad, New Hope, Pa.
"The place for a quick break"
Amy Pal, Mountain View, Calif.
"Check in hitched, check out ditched"
Tom Daly, Manchester, N.J.
"Bed & breakup"
Kevin Sullivan, Rego Park, N.Y.
"No faulty towers"
Angela Lynn, Charlottesville, Va.